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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MABCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MABCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES,. VOLUME 18 

No. 1 




The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion -picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D," Class D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1945, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to 'Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures- 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions - — - 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers • .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

AH parts for complete calendar year — ■ 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Accidentally yours. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; D 92050; 
Pauling Williams Snapp, Gainesville, Tex. 1 

Advertising goes to war; by James P. Prindle. © 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91878; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 2 

Afterwards. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; D 91726; W. Fred 
Broughton, Mystic, Conn. S 

Ahasuerus; or, Esther's Persian lamb. © Jan. 2, 
1945; D 91875; Israel Isaac Taslitt, New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 4 

Ain't it the truth. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; D 92055; 
Henry S. Van Dyke, Los Angeles. 5 

Alimony. See Wetsteer's standing dictionerror, 
widout de bridges. 

Amerigo gave^wit to America. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; 
D 91943; Roscoe Robinson Miller, Montreal. 6 

Amos and Andy show. © Charles J. Correll & 
Freeman F. Gosden, Beverly Hills, Calif. 7-21 
V. 2, script nos. 1-10, Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, 

Nov. 5, Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, 1944. © 

1 c. each Dec. 29, 1944; D 91756-91765. 
V. 2, script nos. 11-15, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 

1944. © 1 c. each Jan. 17, 1945; D 92000- 

92004. 

And his name was John. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; D 
91869; Beatrice Reinhardt Rodyenko, Manhasset, 
L. I., N. Y. 22 

And if we live; by Helen Sherbon & Sabina Turk 
[i. e. S. T. Leof] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 92044; 
Sabina Turk Leof, Philadelphia. 23 

And never yield; based on the novel of the same name, 
by Elinor Pryor. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1944; D 92064; 
Betty Smith, Chapel Hill, N. C. 24 

Animated numbers. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1944; D 91811; 
Hope W. Kanode, Los Angeles. 25 

Anything can happen. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 
91969; Joseph J. Pardoll, Milford, Conn. 26 

Aye-aye, sister; by R. M. Wetzel & Samuel Bryant. 
© 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 91806; Robert More Wet- 
zel & Samuel Wood Bryant, jr., New York. 27 

Babies for sale; or, Black market babies, by Allan 
Dunn [pseud, of F. P. Donovan] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1945; D 92049; Frank P. Donovan, Brooklyn. 

28 

Barby's first day at Sunday school. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1945; D 91964'; Frances Stevens Weston, New 
York. 29 



Beacon Hill; text ft music P. F. Cunningham. © 
1 c. text Nov. 11, 1944. © 1 c. music Nov. 11, 
1944, Jan. 9, 1945; D 76385; Phyllis Fenn Cunn- 
ingham, Hartford. 30 

Berkeley square. See Lux radio theatre. 

Biography of a moment. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; 
D 92081; Joan Wrae, West Los Angeles, Calif. 

31 

Birdcage; by F. Tennyson Jesse [pseud, of F. T. 
J. Harwood] & H. Dearden. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1944; 
D 91774; Frynewyd Tennyson Jesse Harwood, 
Cheshire, England 6 Harold Dearden, London. 

32 

Black market babies. See Babies for sale. 

[Blackouts - series A] © Nov. 23, 1944; D 91986; 
Leonard Kopeliovitch, New York. 33 

[Blackouts - series G, consisting of heaven] ©Dec. 

I, 1944; D 91780; Mort Lewis, New York. 34 

Blank day for reason. See Evlyn Simmers. 

Blonde. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1945; D 92085; Gilbert 
Shaw, Scarsdale, N. Y. 35 

Bloody sweats; by Peter [i. e. L. P.] Finney. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1945; D 92071; Leo Peter Finney, 
New York. 36 

Bobby Socks helps a friend. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; 
D 91730; Jack Alan Permisohn, Los Angeles. 

37 

Bold lover. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1944; D 91778; Maurice 
Dekobra, Hollywood, Calif. & Barre Dunbar, New 
York. 38 

Brenda vs. Bill. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1945; D 92077; 
Rose E. Bakalar, Richmond. 39 

Bridal suite. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 92012; Lillian 
Goldberg, Springfield, Mass. 40 

Briefs and brevities; [by George W. Gale, C. H. G. 
Heinfelden, Rollin B. Mansfield & others] ©Dec. 

II, 1944; D 91779; Chicago bar assn., Chicago. 

41 

Bring out your dead. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; D 91866; 
Max Wylie, New York. 42 

Bringing up Virginia. See Lone Ranger. 

Bronx story; by Samuel Badish Ornitz. © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1945; D 92039; Sadie Lesser Ornitz, Los 
Angeles. 43 



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Brooklyn. See Champagne for everybody. 

By proxy. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1945; D 91823; Clement 
Arthur Fuller, New York. 44 

Call to love; text & music by J. A. Martin. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1944; D 76386; John A. Martin, Evans- 
vllle, Ind. 45 

Candelabra of the Steppes. See Eternal light. 



Captain Eddie. 



© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; D 91862; 

46 



Eureka pictures, Inc., Los Angeles. 

Case of Felker -Mercer. See Gang busters. 

Case of Fred Schmidt. See Gang busters. 

Case of Hattle Matthews. See Gang busters. 

Case of Perkins -Mullins. See Gang busters. 

Case of the Ainu. See David Harding - counterspy. 

Case of the canoe paddles. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the mental hoax. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the Nazi butcher. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the returned flyers. See Government agent. 

Case of the sabotaged ball bearings. See Counter- 
spy. 

Cash In on the kitchenaider; by Norman B. Terry. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92026; Wilding picture 
productions.. Inc., Chicago. 47 

Champagne for everybody; or, Brooklyn, by Laszlo 
Vadnay 6 Max Lief, revised version by P. Dun- 
ning. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 91856; Philip Dun- 
ning, Westport, Conn. 48 

Charlie Powell checks up; by Joseph Mayne. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1945; D 92028; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 49 

Chase and Sanborn program. © Edgar John Bergen, 
West Hollywood, Calif. 50-60 

Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 1944. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 1, 1945; D 91783-91789. 
Dec. 24, 31, 1944, Jan. 7, 14, 1945. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 22, 1945; D 92072-92075. 

Chester Rand; or, A poor boy's pluck, based on a 
plot made famous by Horatio Alger, jr. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1945; D 91801; Norman A. Mozley, 3d, 
Washington. 61 

Chick Carter - boy detective; by Fritz Block!. © 
Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

62-89 
Nos. 376-386, Dec. 11-15, 18-22, 25, 1944. © 

1 c. each Dec. 27, 1944; D 91741-91751. 
Nos. 387-397, Dec. 26-29, 1944, Jan. 2-5, 8-10, 

1945. © 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1945; D 91930- 

91940. 
Nos. 398-403, Jan. 11, 12, 15-18, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 19, 1945; D 92058-92063. 



Christmas propaganda. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Cinderella and Clnderfella; by Ryland [1. e. E. R.] 
Carter. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; D 91944; Eugene 
Ryland Carter, New York. 90 

Clover ring. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1944; D 91768; Justin 
Sturm, Westport, Conn. 91 

Come and see. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; D 92046; 
Marion Ruth Gaylord, Washington. 92 

Comin' home; books 6 lyrics by H. G. Riegner. © 
1 c. Dec. 11, 1944; D 91753; Henry George 
Riegner, Brooklyn. 93 

Corliss dabbles in real estate. See Meet Corliss 
Archer. 

Corliss gets a crush. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Corliss sees the New year in. See Meet Corliss 
Archer. 

Corliss six-point program. See Meet Corliss 
Archer. 

Counterspy; program no. 130, Case of the sabotaged 
ball bearings, by Phillips H. Lord. © 1 c. Dec. 
31, 1944; D 91810; Lord, inc., New York. 94 

Cousin Theresa; from Therese Raquin, by Emlle 
Zola. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; D 91735; Thomas 
Job, Palisades, Calif. 95 

Cradle of the deep; by A. A. Goldman. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1945; D 91917; A. Goldman, Washington. 

96 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcln, New York. 97-100 
Nos. 229-231, Dec. 17, 24, 31, 1944. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 12, 1945; D 91910-91912. 
No. 232, Jan. 7, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; 
D 92013. 

Cuore latino. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 91815; Pompeo 
L. Pieri, New York. 101' 

Dark waters. See Lux radio theatre. 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 
© Lord, inc., New York. 102-105 

Program no. 131, Case of the canoe paddles. 

© 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 91807. 
Program no. 132, Case of the mental hoax. © 

1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91998. 
Program no. 133, Case of the Nazi butcher. © 

1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91999. 
Program no. 134, Case of the Ainu. © 1 c. Jan. 

23, 1945; D 92052. 

Death in a decanter. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Death Valley sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 106-109 

Episode no. 17, Dec. 14, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 

1945; D 91858. 
Episode nos. 18, 19, 21, Dec. 21, 28, 1944, Jan. 

11, 1945. © 1 c. each Jan. 24, 1945; D 92090- 

92092. 



Destiny's children. See Twins. 



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Detour; episode 1. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92015; 
Jane Cruslnberry, Chicago. 110 

Diplomacy. See Intelligence. 

District of Columbia. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 
91956; Stanley Richards, Brooklyn. Ill 

Dr. Christian. ©McCann-Erickson, Inc., New York. 

112-117 
Episode no. 315, My son. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; 

D 91859. 
Episode no. 316, Such things don't happen. © 1 

c. Jan. 6, 1945; D 91860. 
Episode no. 317, The fugitive. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 

1945; D 91861. 
Episode no. 318, Wish on a star. © 1 c. Jan. 

24, 1945; D 92087. 
Episode no. 319, This my oath. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 

1945; D 92088. 
Episode no. 320, The queen loved herring. © 1 

c. Jan. 24, 1945; D 92089. 

Dr. RanyalL © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; D 91906; William 
Henry Jarvis, Chevy Chase, Md. 118 

Doctor Sherlock. See Doctor's orders. 

Doctor's orders. © Bettlna Jones, Providence. 

119-121 
Dec. 3, 1944, Doctor Sherlock. © 1 c Jan. 11, 

1945; D 91885. 
Dec. 10, 1944, The hawk. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; 

D 91886. 
Dec. 17, 1944, Trial by fire. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1945; D 91887. 

Down pops the double; by J. Kesselring. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1945; D 91814; Joseph Kesselring & Charlotte 
Kesselring, New York. 122 

Drumbeats of American history; episode 376, The 
League of nations and America - 1919. © 1 c. 
Dec. 29, 1944; D 91769; Franklin Blackstone, 
Bellevue, Pa. 123 

Eagle's quarry. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1944; D 91871; 
Irving Gold, Brooklyn. 124 

[El ha-aretz ha-muvtachoh] © Dec. 29, 1944; 
D 91836; Moses Brevda, Brooklyn. 125 

Entr'acte; by Paul Kaye Paley [pseud, of I. Fein- 
baum] © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; D 91729; Israel 
Felnbaum, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 126 

Esther's Persian lamb. See Ahasuerus. 

Eternal light; chap. 7, The candelabra of the Steppes, 
by Morton Wlshengrad. © Nov. 19, 1944; D 
91722; National broadcasting co., inc., New York. 

127 

Evlyn Simmers; or, A blank day for reason. © 1 c. 
Dec. 28, 1944; D 91728; Leon S. Wellstone, Falls 
Church, Va. 128 

Exact mathematical determination of the molecular 
composition of water. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; 
D 91965; Philip Cohen, Washington. 129 

Examination. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1944; D 91793; 
Irving Brecher, Hollywood, Calif. 130 



Facts about your future; by Norman B. Terry. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92027; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 131 

Fair maid of Ellzondo. See Tales of Vertigo. 

Fibber McGee and Molly; Dec. 12, 19, 26, 1944, by 
Don Qulnn & Phil Leslie. © 1 c. each Jan. 15, 
1945; D 91952-91954; S. C. Johnson & son, inc., 
Racine, Wis. 132-134 

Fifth freedom; by Sheamus Fay [pseud, of J. T. 
McMullen] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91971; James 
Thomas McMullen, Los Angeles. 135 

Fight is always; by Ira Cobb [pseud, of B. L. Soko- 
love] © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1944; D 91873; Benjamin 
L. Sokolove, New York. 136 

Flame that leaps. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1944; D 91832; 
Sylvia Koerner, Los Angeles. 137 

Fools rush in. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1944; D 91831; 
Byron Edward Conklin, Hollywood, Calif. 138 

Foot locker serenade. © Nov. 23, 1944; D 91991; 
Eugene Sorflaten, New York. 139 

Four rings for Kitty; by Fred [i..e. J. F.] Ballard 
& D. Cairns. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 91827; John 
Frederick Ballard & Dorothy Cairns, Lincoln, 
Neb. 140 

Frank Sinatra program; Nov. 15, 20, 27, Dec. 4, 11, 
1944, by J Walter Thompson co. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 5, 1945; D 91841-91845; Lever bros. co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 141-145 

Fugitive. See Dr. Christian. 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

146-149 
Program no. 398, Case of Felker-Mercer. © 1 

c. Dec. 31, 1944; D 91809. 
Program no. 399, Case of Fred Schmidt. © 1 c. 

Jan. 1, 1945; D 91808. 
Program no. 400, Case of Hattie Matthews. © 

1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91996. 
Program no. 401, Case of Perkins-Mulllns. © 

1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91997. 

Gentlemen, your wife. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1945; D 
92037; Harry Lewis, New York. 150 

Georgle and a psalm of David. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; 
D 91963; Frances Stevens Weston, New York. 

151 

Ghost on horseback. See Shadow. 



God and the doctor. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91994; 
Charles Lester Yoder, Los Angeles. 152 

Government agent; Case of the returned flyers, by 
Phillips H. Lord. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1944; D 
90340; Lord, inc., New York. 153 

Great Gildersleeve; nos. 147-149, Dec. 10, 17, 24, 
1944, by John Whedon & Sam Moore. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 15, 1945; D 91949-91951; Kraft cheese co., 
Chicago. 154-156 



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Great symphony. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91966; 
Joseph A. Loewinsohn, Atlanta & Mina Hoffman, 
Hollywood, Calif. 157 

Green Hornet; by Trendle & Beattie. ©Green Hor- 
net, Inc., Detroit. 158-160 
No. 680, Scrapper. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 

91922. 
No. 681, Train-wreck. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; 

D 91923. 
No. 682, Haunts of the hunted. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 

1945; D 91924. 

Guards up. © Nov. 23, 1944; D 91993; Syd Gold- 
berg, New York. 161 

Guinea pigs. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91968; Joseph 
Samachson, New York. 162 

Hamburger with onions. © Nov. 23, 1944; D 91989; 
Jack Kirsch, New York. 163 

Hand In glove; based on the novel, Hughle Roddls, 
by G. Savory, by C. K. Freeman & G. Savory. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 92079; Charles K. Free- 
man, Culver City, Calif. & Gerald Savory, New 
York. 164 

Hanky comes home; text & music by Rusty (1. e. O. 
R.] D'Anna. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 76384; 
Orestes Rusty D'Anna, San Jose, Calif. 165 

Hate, Inc.; by Ira Cobb [pseud, of B. L. Sokolove] 
© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1844; D 91874; Benjamin L. 
Sokolove, New York. 166 

Haunts of the hunted. See Green Hornet. 

Haw*. See Doctor's orders. 

Healthy summer. See Holiday at home. 

Heaven help a sailor. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 
91958; Maury Isaac Hull, Washington. 167 

HeU left behind. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 91826; 
Philip St. George Cooke, New York. 168 

History of the cash register and bank. Cash regi- 
ster's biography; by Lucia Frances Barrett [i. 
e. L. F. Barrett-Bellucci] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 
1944; D 91545; Lucia F. Barrett-Bellucci, New 
York. 169 

Holiday at home; or, A healthy summer. © 1 c. 
Jan. 24, 1945; D 92076; Robert Anthony Mac- 
Lachlan, Toronto. 170 

Hollow crown. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92042; 
Giles Playfalr, New York. 171 

Home for Chanuko; by RuthEnglanderBrav. ©Nov. 
20, 1944; D 91981; Union of American Hebrew 
congregations, Cincinnati. 172 

Home is the hunter. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92035; 
Samuel M. Kootz, New York. 173 

Home life of a buffalo. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 91796; 
Richard Harrity, New York. 174 

Hope is the thing with feathers. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; 
D 91795; Richard Harrity, New York. 175 



Hope of the world. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 91817; 
Victor Ilyich Seroff , New York. 176 

House of Benedikt. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1944; D 92086; 
Heddy Elizabeth Rossi, Baltimore. 177 

House with a past. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; D 91948; 
Anacleto Rubega, Union City, N. J. 178 

Howling Breeze. See Windy Wales and Zephyr. 

Hugging suspicion. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92008; 
James J. Morrison, Lakewood, O. 179 

Hughie Roddls. See Hand in glove. 

I lift my eyes. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; D 91825; 
Use intrator, New York. 180 

I long to be in fashions; by Ruth Carmen [pseud, of 
L. Waycott] © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1944; D 92023; 
Lottie Waycott, New York. 181 

I shall not live in vain. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; D 
92040; Irene Osso, New York. 182 

I who should command all. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1944; 
D 91782; Alice Jaynes Tyler, New Haven. 183 

Immortal murderer. See Shadow. 

Immortal smile; by D. D. Beauchamp 6 Paul 
Schiller. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1944; D 91755; Hedy 
Lamar r Loder, Los Angeles. 184 

In the beginning; by Isabel Barr. © Jan. 2, 1945; 
D 91877; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 185 

Innocent lamb. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; D 91942; Dave 
Crane & Buddy Kaye, Forest Hills, N. Y. 186 

Intelligence; based on Sardou's Diplomacy. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1945; D 91 857; Daphne Du Maurier, Corn- 
wall, England. 187 

Invitation to a party; by Gwendolyn Jones [pseud, of 
H. G. Kittredge] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 91884; 
Helen Gholson Kittredge, New York. 188 

It happened on the way to town; by Bruce Henry. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92025; Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago. 189 

It started with Eve. See Lux radio theatre. 

It's about time; by Ralph Cattell. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1945; D 92024; Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago. 190 

It's in the headlines. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1944; D 
91766; Berthold J. Reese, New York. 191 

It's the devil in me; book by E. H. Smith, lyrics by 
J. Hershey, music by D. Swander. [Text only] 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1944; D 92065; Earl Hobson Smith, 
June Hershey 6 Don Swander, Harrogate, Tenn. 

192 

Jekyll-Hyde murders. See Shadow. 

Johnny Capasso. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; D 91867; 
Joseph John Salamone, Corona, L. I., N. Y. 193 



no. 1, 1945 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



24S 



Joyous Gard; from two narrative poems, by Edwin 
Arlington Robinson, adapted byMely [i. e. M. EL] 
Tasker. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1945; D 91800; Mildred 
Higglns Tasker, New York. 194 

Jungle book shop. © Dec. 22, 1944; D 91865; David 
Kohn, Los Angeles. 195 

Kantor's kishke emporium nylon sale. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1945; D 92084; Harold L. Jackson, Brook- 
line, Mass. 196 

Khaki Christmas carol. © Nov. 15, 1944; D 91984; 
Arnold Auerbach, New York. 197 

Killer that was a mystery. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1944; 
D 91724; Philip Charles McClendon, New Haven. 

198 

Kraft music hall; Nov. 16, 23, 30, Dec. 7, 1944, by J. 
Walter Thompson co. © 1 c. each Jan. 5, 1945; 
D 91837-91840; Kraft cheese co., inc., Chicago. 

199-202 

Lady into light. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; D 91734; 
Frank Day Tuttle, Scarsdale, N. Y. 203 

Lady Jane. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1944; D 91772; Lemlst 
Esler, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 204 

Ladybird. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1945; D 91824; James Peter 
Zollinger, Brooklyn. 205 

Land of the free. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; D 92054; 
Carl IUig & Naiad Key, Houston. 206 

Last hour at Berchtesga'den. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1944; 
D 91812; Jay Rohman, Brooklyn. 207 

Last warning. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 91828; Thomas 
F. Fallon, New York. 208 

League of nations and America - 1919. See Drum- 
beats of American history. 

Letter of the law; no. 1. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 
91888; Bettina Jones, Providence. 209 

Liberated; by F. Bruckner, translated Maria Mas- 
sey. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1944; D 91905; Ferdinand 
Bruckner, New York. 210 

License to steal. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92034; 
Charles Blumenfeld, New York. 211 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1638, by Carl 
Bizby & Don Becker. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 
91914; Procter t Gamble co., Cincinnati. 212 

Life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, Hollywood, Calif. 

213-218 
Dec. 25, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1945; D 91804. 
Script no. 49, Dec. 17, 1944. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 

1944; D 91777. 
Script no. 50, Dec. 24, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; 

D 91792. 
Script no. 51, Dec. 31, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; 

D 91854. 
Script no. 52, Jan. 7, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; 

D 91946. 
Script no. 53, Jan. 14, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; 

D 92032. 



Little Moses. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1944; D 92043; 
Samuel H. Cohen 6 Berenice Cortelle, New York. 

219 

Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

220-223 
No. 1849-1069, The Rainbow trail, by Trendle 6 

Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91918. 
No. 1850-1070, Too narrow, too deep, by Trendle 

& Fran Striker. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 

91919. 
No. 1851-1071, Sylvester, the Great, by Trendle 

& Bob Green. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91920. 
No. 1852-1072, Bringing up Virginia, by Trendle 

6 Fran Striker. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91921. 

Love and taxes. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 92030; 
Arthur E. Garner, New York. 224 

Love is the thing. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 91813; 
Mar jorie Bowman Webb, Angels Camp, Calif. 

225 

Love thy neighbor as thyself. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; 
D 92082; Richard A. Eichberg, John D. Coleman 
& Ingrid Evans, New York. 226 

Lux radio theatre; by J. Walter Thompson co. © 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 227-223 
Sept. 11, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 91846. 
Nov. 20, 1944, It started with Eve. © 1 c. Jan. 

5, 1945; D 91847. 
Nov. 27, 1944, Dark waters. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; 

D 91848. 
Dec. 4, 1944, The unguarded hour. © 1 c. Jan. 

5, 1945; D 91849. 
Dec. 11, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 91850. 
Dec. 18, 1944, Berkeley square. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 

1945; D 91851. 
Dec. 25, 1944, The vagabond king. © 1 c. Jan. 

5, 1945; D 91852. 



Madame Raquin; new adaptation based upon the 
French play, Therese Raquin, by Smile Zola. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; D 91855; Margaret Anglin Hull, 
New York. 294 



Man who lived twice. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; D 91947; 
Leslie Floyd Egbert 6 Gertrude Ogden Tubby, 
Montclair, N. J. 235 

Man with the missing memory. See Shadow. 

Manhattan miracle; by Paul Frank 6 Frederick 
Porges. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 92068; Max Pfef- 
fer, New York. 236 

Many happy returns. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 91822; 
Clare Kummer, New York. 237 

Maranos (The accrused) © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1944; D 
91752; Luba Alfandary, New York. 238 

March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

239-243 
Dec. 21, 1944. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; D 91732. 
Dec. 28, 1944. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1944; D 91776. 
Jan. 4, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 91889. 
Jan. 11, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91960. 
Jan. 18, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; D 92047. 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



March twenty-fourth. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 91797; 
Richard Harrlty, New York. 244 

Margaret. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; D 91864; Sterling 
North & Yasha Frank, New York. 245 

Me and Oily. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1945; D 91805; Frank 
Nicholas Veloz, Beverly Hills, Calif. 246 

Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 247-251 

Episode 48, Corliss six-point program. © 1 c. 

Jan." 16, 1945; D 91973. 
Episode 49, Corliss gets a crush. © 1 c. Jan. 

16, 1945; D 91974. 
Episode 50, Corliss dabbles in real estate. © 

1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91975. 
Episode 51, Christmas propaganda. © 1 c. Jan. 

16, 1945; D 91976. 
Episode 52, Corliss sees the New Year in. © 

1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91977. 

Merry Christmas by the thousand. See Shadow. 

Mess sergeant Claus. © Not. 23, 1944; D 91985; 
Bob Eastrlght, New York. 252 

Military tactics. © Not. 23, 1944; D 91988; Gene 
Lockhart, New York. 253 

Mr. History explains; by Ralph J. Helperin. © Jan. 
2, 1945; D 91979; Union of American Hebrew 
congregations, Cincinnati. 254 

Modern Madonna; by Deborah Dare [pseud, of L. B. 
G. Reinherz] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91908; 
Leona B. Gosman Reinherz, Passaic, N. J. 255 

Monkey sees murder. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Murder by fire. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Murder by suicide. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Murder goes to college. See Return of Nick Carter. 

My heart is yours. © Dec. 11, 1944; D 91982; 
Frederick H. Bartz, Chicago. 256 

My morning star. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92006; 
Severino Montano, Washington. 257 

My son. See Dr. Christian. • 

Nick Carter and the mystery at Spring Lake. See 
Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the death on the 
beach. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the Grecian daggers. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the midnight alarm. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the missing body. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the Peruvian red 
mark, gee Return of Nick Carter. 



Night of nights. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; D 91725; 
W. Fred Broughton, Mystic, Conn. 258 

No medals. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; D 91829; Esther 
McCracken, Netherton, Marpeth, England. 259 

No time for loTe; by Mary Morley. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1945; D 92080; Mary Morley Crapo Hyde, Somer- 
Tille, N. J. 260 

None but the brave. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92014; 
Kirby Hawkes, New York. 261 

Once there was a prince. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; 
D 91731; Julia Wiggins Brinkman, New York. 

£62 

Out of time. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; D 91733; Theo- 
dore Reeves, New York. 263 

Owen Wingrave; or, The saloon, by Henry James, 
© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1944; D 91773; President 6 fel- 
lows of Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 

264 

Parent's magazine on the air; program nos. 16-18, 
6 Christmas program, by Ralph Rosenberg. © 
1 c. each Jan. 3, 1945; D 91818-91821; Parents' 
institute, inc., New York. 265-268 

Peter's pence: suggested from a short story, by 
James P. OTlynn. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; D 91957; 
Thomas W. M. CFlynn, New York. 269 

Phantom brother. See Shadow. 

Philosopher's return. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1945; D 
92053; Milton Subotsky & Victor Clement, New 
York. 270 

Piedigrotta e aUegria; dialogo in Napoletano, 
Italianoa Inglese da Furio Aldlnl [pseud.] © 1 
c. Dec. 7, 1944; D 91781; Salvatore Follari, New 
Haven. 271 

Pipes of pan-demonium. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; 
D 92041; Thomas E. Stone, New York. 272 

Police gazette. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91909; Ed- 
ward Van Every, New York. 273 

Policing detail. © Nov. 15, 1944; D 91983; Frank 
E. Orefice, New York. 274 

Poor boy's pluck. See Chester Rand. 

Pop Jackson's kids. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91967; 
Mrs. J'Nevelyn W. Terrell, Los Angeles. 275 

Post war illuminations. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1944; 
D 91707; Gladys A. Bentley, New York. 276 

Prepare for combat. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 92067; 
Charles Jesse Bruck, Apalachicola, Fla. 277 



Prepare for inspection. © Nov. 23, 1944; D 91992; 
Edward Renno, New York. 278 

Pretty rugged; by W. C. Beyer & Katherlne K. 
Strouth. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 920S1; William 
C. Beyer, New York. 279 



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no. 1, 1945 



328 



Private life of the master race; by Bertolt Brecht, 
translated E. R. Bentley. © Oct. 25, 1944; D 
91771; Eric Russell Bentley, Black Mountain, 
N. C. 280 

Private practise. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; D 91833; 
Marguerite Fellows Melcher, Montclair, N. J. 

281 

Purim's children; by Beatrice Simon. © Jan. 2, 
1945; D 91978; Union of American Hebrew 
congregations, Cincinnati. 282 

Queen loved herring. See Dr. Christian. 

Radio hall of fame; program nos. 11, 12, Dec. 10, 
17, 1944. © 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1945; D 91882, 
91883; Phllco Corp., Philadelphia. 283, 284 

Rainbow at night © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1944;- D 91723; 
William Layton, Syracuse. 285 

Rainbow trail. See Lone Ranger. 

Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 

286-290 
Dec. 19, 26, 1944. © 1 c. each Jan. 1, 1945; 

D 91790, 91791. 
Jan. 2, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91907. 
Jan. 9, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91972. 
■ Jan. 16, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1945; D 92069. 

Rehabilitee. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; D 92038; Gardner 
Hunting, Long Beach, Calif. 291 

Report to the nation; by Bill Slocum, jr. & Margaret 
Miller. © Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
New York. 292-302 

Sept. 30, Oct 7, 1944. ©Oct. 17, 1944; D 91892, 

91893 
Oct 14, 1944. © Oct. 23, 1944; D 91894. 
Oct 21, 1944. © Oct. 30, 1944; D 91895. 
Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 1944. ©Nov. 13, 1944; D 91896, 

91897. 
Nov. 18, 1944. © Dec. 5, 1944; D 91898. 
Nov. 25, 1944. © Dec. 12, 1944; D 91899. 
Dec. 9, 16, 23, 1944. © Jan. 2, 1945; D 91900- 

91902. 

Return of NickCarter; byJockMacGregor. © Street 

ft Smith publications, inc., New York. 303-308 

Dec. 10, 1944, Murder by suicide; or, Nick Car- 
ter and the mystery of the death on the beach. 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; D 91739. 

Dec. 17, 1944, Strands of murder; or, Nick Car- 
ter and the mystery of the Grecian daggers. 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; D 91740. 

Dec. 24, 1944, Murder goes to college; or, Nick 
Carter and the mystery at Spring Lake. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 91927. 

Dec. 31, 1944, Death in a decanter; or, Nick Car- 
ter and the mystery of the missing body. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 91928. 

Jan. 7, 1945, Monkey sees murder; or, Nick Car- 
ter and the mystery of the Peruvian red mark. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 91929. 

Jan. 14, 1945, Murder by fire; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the midnight alarm. © 1 
c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 92056. 

Return of the Maquis. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 91868; 
Aaron N. Maloff, New York. 309 



Right to happiness; episode no. 1352, by John M. 
Young. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91913; Procter 
ft Gamble co., Cincinnati. 310 

Road of life; episode no. 1888, by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91915; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 311 

Romeo and Juliet. See Romeo Johnson and Juliet 
Mendez. 

Romeo Johnson and Juliet Mendez; based on Romeo 
and Juliet © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92016; John 
S. Brown, jr. & Eleanora J. Brown, Brooklyn. 

312 

Rose of Wolfville; adapted from the book, Wolfvllle 
folks, by Alfred Henry Lewis. © 1 c. Sept 30, 
1944; D 91799; George Alexander Makaroff, 
New York. 313 

Ruthless Mrs. Randolph. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1944; 
D 91727; Stanley F. Davie, Oakland, Calif. 314 

Sailor's love. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1944; D 91880; Paul 
Bernard Nosek, U. S. S. Poole, c/o Fleet Post 
Office, New York. 315 

Saloon. See Owen Wingrave. 

Satan's master. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91903; 
Victoria Booth Demarest, New York. 316 

School for scandal; by J. E. Mock ft Frank Cleaver. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1945; D 91803; John Edmonds Mock 
ft Frank Barker Cleaver, jr., Los Angeles. 317 

Scrapper. See Green Hornet. 

Sentimental savages. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 91794; 
Richard Harrity, New York. 318 

Shadow. © Street ft Smith publications, inc., New 

York. 319-324 

Dec. 10, 1944, The immortal murderer, by Al- 
fred Bester. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; D 91736. 

Dec. 17, 1944, The ghost on horseback, by Sted- 
man Coles. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1944; D 91737. 

Dec. 24, 1944, Merry Christmas by the thou- 
sand, by Catherine B. Stemler. © 1 c. Dec. 
27, 1944; D 91738. 

Dec. 31, 1944, The phantom brother, by Alfred 
Bester. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 91925. 

Jan. 7, 1945, The man with the missing memory, 
by Alfred Bester. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 
91926. 

Jan. 14, 1945, The Jekyll-Hyde murders, by Hec- 
tor Chevigny. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 92057. 

Shadow on the blind; by Henry Francis Maltby, adap- 
ted by C. Humphreys ft L. Vroom. © 1 c. Dec. 
29, 1944; D 91770; Lodewick Vroom ft Cecil 
Humphreys, New York. 325 



Shipping list. 
New York. 



Nov. 23, 1944; D 91987; Reg Ryan, 



Shoes for Hilda; by Faye Evelyn Klein. © Dec. 28, 
1944; D 91980; Union of American Hebrew 
congregations, Cincinnati. 327 

Shooting star. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92036; David 
Dempsey, New York. 328 



329 



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pt. I, n. b., t. 18 



Showdown. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 91802; Harriet 
Henry, New York. 329 

Sins of omission; by Ira Cobb [pseud, of B. L. 
Sokolove] © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1944; D 91872; Ben- 
jamin L. Sokolove, New York. 330 

Sketch of General Washington. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; 
D 91870; Beatrice Reinhardt Rodyenko, Man- 
hasset, L. I., N. Y. 331 

Song without end. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; D 91876; 
Charles A. Dun Leavay, Detroit. 332 

Sound of the trumpet. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1944; D 
91754; Henry Smallens Kitt, New York. 333 

Squatter's rights. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1944; D 91775; 
Gwen Davenport, Louisville. 334 

Strands of murder. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Strange bedfellows; by Florence Ryerson [i. e. F. 
R. Clements] & C. Clements. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; 
D 91863; Colin Clements 6 Florence Ryerson 
Clements, Canoga Park, Calif. 335 

Strange portrait; by F. Alyce Roseralnne [pseud, of 
F. A. Schulman] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1945; D 92070; 
Frances Alyce Schulman, New York. 336 

Such things don't happen. See Dr. Christian. 

Sultan's harem. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1945; D 91881; 
Hugh Austin Evans, Bayside, N. Y. 337 

Sweet relief. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92005; Alfred 
Aiken, New York. 338 

Sylvester, the Great. See Lone Ranger. 

Tales of Vertigo; or, The fair maid of Elizondo, 
English text & lyrics by J. F. Royle, music by 
Jacques Offenbach, from the original Das 
Madchen von Elizondo, by L. Battu & J. Moinaux. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 92083; Jose- 
phine Fetter Royle, New York. 339 

Tears for the bride. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; D 92045; 
Martin Berkeley, Northridge, Calif. 340 

That time of year. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92010; 
Sandford Dody, New York. 341 

There's a job to be done; by Albert L. Weeks & 
Charles Curran. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91879; 
Wilding picture productions, inc., Chicago. 342 

Therese Raquin. See Cousin Theresa. 

Therese Raquin. See Madame Raquin. 

They can't do this to me. © Nov. 23, 1944; D 
91990; W. L. Butte, New York. 343 

Thirty-three thirty-one; based on an idea, by George 
Halprin. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1945; D 91830; Leola 
Buelow, New York. 344 

This is the White house; script 1. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1945; D 91945; Jane Ashman, New York. 345 

This my oath. See Dr. Christian. 



Tin Pan Alley of the air; Dec. 26, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1945; D 91853; Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago. 

346 

Tipple touch. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91955; Eunice 
Lanfield & David Lanfield, New York. 347 

To you and yours; by Florence Schilling [i. e. F. S. 
De Splrito] in collaboration with Mary Lefebvre. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 92066; Florence Schil- 
ling De Spirito, Green Bay, Wis. 348 

Toastles time; Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 1944, Jan. 7, 
1946, by Benton 6 Bowles, inc. © 1 c. each Jan. 
17, 1945; D 92017-92022; General foods Corp., 
New York. 349-354 

Too hot for maneuvers; by Bud Pearson, Les White 
& I. Elman. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91890; Ir- 
ving Elman, New York. 355 

Too narrow, too deep. See Lone Ranger. 

Topsy turvy; by Jesse [i. e. Jessie] Kahn. © 1 c. 
Nov. 20, 1944; D 91572; Jessie Kahn, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 356 

Train-wreck. See Green Hornet. 

Trial by fire. See Doctor's orders. 

Tribute to caesar. © Dec. 27, 1944; D 91798; John 
Patrick Rowbottom, Warren, O. 357 

Triumph of the cross; by Raymond Daoust. © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1945; D 92078; Louise Gilbert Sauvage, 
Hollywood, Calif. 358 

Tupper gets on the beam; by Joseph Mayne. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1945; D 92029; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 359 

Twin for Elmer. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1945; D 91816; 
Harold Raymond Ross, Brooklyn. 360 

Twins; or, Destiny's children, episodes 1, 20. © 
1 c. each Jan. 6, 1945; D 91834, 91835; Jane 
Crusinberry, Chicago. 361, 362 

Under one flag; by I. Lindheim & Than Wyem [pseud, 
of N. Weiner] © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1944; D 91904; 
Nathan Weiner & Irma Lindheim, New York. 

363 

Unguarded hour. See Lux Radio theatre. 

Vagabond king. See Lux radio theatre. 

Via .Amsterdam. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 91891; 
Dora Hellman, Brooklyn. 364 

We live again; by Arthur Dunlap Ransom. © 1 c. 
Dec. 29, 1944; D 91767; Haven Hubbard, New 
York. 365 

Week end with AngeL © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91941; 
Maurice Dekobra, Victor Perry & Paul Gerard 
Smith, North Hollywood, Calif. 366 

Wetseer's standing dictionerror, widout de bridges; 
Alimony, by No-all Wetsteer (pseud, of S. Klein] 
Audition script. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; D 92011; 
Samuel Klein, Newark, N. J. 367 



no. 1, 1945 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



375 



When your heart Is free; text L music by Evelyn 
Schmitka [pseud, of Mrs. J. A. Crawford, Jr.] © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1944; D 76382; Mrs. J. A. Crawford, 
Jr., Astoria, Or. 368 

Whither thou goest. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1945; D 92051; 
Doris Storbeck, Falrlawn, N. J. 369 

Who stole the tarts; book, lyrics & music by Maude 
Orlta Wallace. © Dec. 5, 1944; D 76383; Willis 
music co., Cincinnati. 370 

Wicked woman. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; D 92048; Eric 
Mills, Los Angeles. 371 

Windy Wales and Zephyr; or, The Howling Breeze, 



by Dod [1. e. E.] Dodson. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; 
D 92009; Edgar Dodson, West Hollywood, Calif. 

372 
Wish on a star. See Dr. Christian. 

Wolf vi lie folks. See Rose of Wo If vi lie. 

Woman of America; episode no. 490, by Doria Fol- 
liott. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 91916; Procter 6 
Gamble co.. Cincinnati. 373 

Wonderful world; Jan. 14, 1945. ©lc.Jan.19, 1945; 
D 92033; Arch Oboler, Hollywood, Calif. 374 

Zone one. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1945; D 91970; Nell 
Shipman, Harmon-on-Hudson, N. 7. 375 



Number of entries of dramas Included In Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (Including 330 unpublished) 364 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 5 unpublished) 6 

Dramatlco-muslcal compositions (including 4 unpublished) 5 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 

Total 375 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[375 



Chameleon; by Josephine Preston Peabody [i. e. Mrs. 
Lionel S. Marks] © Lionel S. Marks, Cambridge, 
Mass. R 133897, Sept. 15, 1944. 1 

Dog. © Doris F.Halman, New York. R 183885, Nov. 
21, 1944. 2 

Fortune and men's eyes; by Josephine Preston Pea- 
body [1. e. Mrs. Lionel S. Marks] © Lionel S. 
Marks, Cambridge, Mass. R 133896, Sept. 15, 
1944. 3 

Her great match; by Clyde Fitch. © Richard W. 

Fitch, Stamford, Conn. R 134199, Dec. 14, 1944. 

4 
Keeping up with Lizzie; based on the famous stories 

of Irving Bacheller, by George C. Hazelton, jr. 

© ByrdC. Hazelton, Washington. R 133886, Nov. 

21, 1944. 5 

Plays; by Jacinto Benavente, translated from the 
Spanish, with an introduction by J. G. Underhill. 
© John Garrett Underhill, Brooklyn. R 133925, 
Dec. 7, 1944. 6 



Plots and playwrights; by Edward [i. e.G. E.] Mas- 
sey. © George Edward Massey, Cambridge, 
Mass. R 133898, Sept. 15, 1944. 7 

Roads of destiny; founded upon O. Henry's short story. 
© Channing Pollock, New York. R 133770, Dec. 
2, 1944. 8 

Seven at a blow; by S. J. Warshawsky & Sarah Jef- 
ferisCurry. ©Samuel Jesse Warshawsky, Holly- 
wood, Calif. R 133901, Nov. 18, 1944. 9 

Stockings; by Edward Moran & Hank Johnson. © 
Broadway music cor p., New York. R 134079, 
Nov. 25, 1944. • N 10 

Striking matches; by Arthur A. Penn. © Eleanor 
Penn, New London, Conn. R 133740, Nov. 16, 
1944. 11 

Wings; by Josephine Preston Peabody [i. e. Mrs. 
Lionel S. Marks] © Lionel S. Marks, Cambridge, 
Mass. R 133895, Sept. 15, 1944. 12 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Adventure of the five orange pipes. See House of 
fear. 

Beachhead to Berlin. © Jan. 18, 1945; L 13050; 
Vita phone corp., New York. 376 

Between two women; based upon the characters 
created by Max Brand. © Dec. 19, 1944; L 13053; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 377 

Birds and the beasts were there. © Jan. 4, 1945; 
M 15527; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 378 

Blonde fever; based on a play, by Ferenc Molnar. 
©Dec. 5, 1944; L 13035; Loew's, inc., New York. 

379 

Brink of doom. See Mystery of the river boat. 

Call to arms. © Jan. 8, 1945; M 15560; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

380 

Can't see for lookin'. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 15573; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 381 

Crazy things. © Jan. 15, 1945; M 15568; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

382 

Dark eyes. © Jan. 15, 1945; M 15571; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

383 

Dark shadows. © Dec. 11, 1944; L 13058; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 384 

Dark waters. © Sept. 15, 1944; L 13028; Dark 
waters productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 385 

Do the hula. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15514; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

386 

Dogs for show. © Oct. 27, 1944; M 15542; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 387 

Fatal plunge. See Mystery of the river boat. 

Feeding the patient. See Nursing. 

Flaming inferno. See Mystery of the river boat. 

Fracture of humerus involving radial nerve. © Dec. 
28, 1944; M 15506; Evelyn Mallory Tate Buchanan, 
Philadelphia. 388 

Freeing the kidney and ureter and suspending the 
kidney. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15507; Evelyn 
Mallory Tate Buchanan, Philadelphia. 389 

Frenchman's Creek; from the novel, by Daphne du 
Maurier. © Sept. 12, 1944; L 13021; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 390 



Gentle Annie; based upon the novel, by MacKinlay 
Kantor. © Dec. 19, 1944; L 13027; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 391 

Glamor in sports. © Jan. 22, 1945; M 15586; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 392 

Green line. See Mighty Mouse in The green line. 

Guest in the house; adapted from a story, by Kath- 
erine Albert, based on the play of the same name, 
by Hagar Wilde & Dale Eunson. ©Dec. 23, 1944; 
L 13057; Guest in the house, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 393 

Gun smoke. © Jan. 5, 1945; L 13038; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 394 

Happy time for boys and girls; no. 3. © Dec. 20, 
1944; M 15510; Scriptures visualized institute, 
Chicago. 395 

Harmony highway. © Nov. 28, 1944; L 13040; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 396 

Hell bent for election. © July 11, 1944; M 15509; 
Industrial films, Hollywood, Calif. 397 

Highway of peril. See Mystery of the river boat. 

Hollywood canteen. © Jan. 6, 1945; L 13034; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 398 

Hotlip Jasper. © Jan. 5, 1945; L 13046; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 399 

House of fear; based on the Adventure of the five 
orange pipes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. © 
Dec. 6, 1944; L 13029; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 400 

Improving the job. ©July 17, 1944; M 15576; Mode- 
art pictures, inc., Pittsburgh. 401 

Jive busters. © Nov. 28, 1944; L 13032; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 402 

Juke box boogie. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 15562; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

403 

Jungle captive. © Dec. 6, 1944; L 13030; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 404 

Kansas City Kitty. © Aug. 24, 1944; L 13033; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 405 

Laboratory directions for dissection of frog. © 
title, descr. & 6 prints reed. Jan. 18, 1945; 
M 15563; Zachariah Subarsky & Theodore Ben- 
jamin, New York. 406 

Little brown jug. © Jan. 8, 1945; M 15561; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

407 



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pt. I, ft. 8., T. 18 



Long shots or favorites. © Dec. 8, 1944; M 15526; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 408 

Love grows on a white oak tree. © Dec. 28, 1944; 
M 15517; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 409 

Lynch 's simplification of the perineal operation for 
excision of the recto-sigmoid. © Dec. 28, 1944; 
M 15503; Evelyn Mallory Tate Buchanan, Phila- 
delphia. 410 

Maintaining good working conditions. © July 17, 
1944; M 15577; Mode-art pictures, inc., Pitts- 
burgh. 411 

Maintaining quality standards. © July 17, 1944; 
M 15578; Mode -art pictures, inc., Pittsburgh. 

412 

Manuela boy. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 15569; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

413 

Mighty Mouse in The green line. © July 7, 1944; 
L 13048; Terrytoons, Inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

414 

Mighty Mouse in Wolf! Wolf. © June 2, 1944; L 
13049; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

415 

Mr. Winkle goes to war; from the novel, by Theo- 
dore Pratt. © Aug. 3, 1944; L 13026; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 416 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 27-35. ©Nov. 30, Dec. 
4, 7, 11, 13, 18, 20,22,27, 1944; M 15518-15521, 
15581-15585; Movietonews, inc., New York. 

417-425 

Music for millions. © Dec. 1, 1944; L 13052; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 426 

Mystery of the river boat. © Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 427-431 

Chap. 3, The flaming inferno. © Oct. 26, 1944; 

L 13041. 
Chap. 4, The brink of doom I © Oct. 26, 1944; 

L 13042. 
Chap. 5, The highway of perill © Oct. 26, 1944; 

L 13043. 
Chap. 6, The fatal plunge! © Oct. 26, 1944; L 

13044. 
Chap. 7, Toll of the storm. © Oct 26, 1944; 

L 13045. 



National velvet; based on the novel of the same name, 
by Enid Bagnold. © Dec. 19, 1944; L 13036; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 432 

Never say yes. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15512) Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

433 

News of the day; v. 16, nos. 221-226. ©Nov. 21, 24, 
29, Dec. 1, 6, 8, 1944; M 15522-15525,. 15528, 
15529; Hearst metrotone news, inc., New York. 

434-439 

Nursing; Feeding the patient. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
M 15564; Wlllard pictures, New York. 440 I 



On the mellow side. © Nov. 28, 1944; L 13031; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 441 

One body too many. © Oct. 17, 1944; L 13054; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 442 

One mysterious night; based upon the character 
created by Jack Boyle. © Oct. 20, 1944; L 13022; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 443 

Painter and the pointer. © Jan. 4, 1945; M 15567; 
Universal pictures co., inc. fc Walter Lantz pro- 
ductions, New York. 444 

Paramount news; nos. 21-30. © Nov. 9, 13, 16, 20, 
23, 27, 30, Dec. 4, 7, 11, 1944; M 15530-15539; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 445-454 

Passport to heaven. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15516; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 455 

Penthouse party. ©Dec. 28, 1944; M 15513; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

456 

Pied Piper. G Dec. 30, 1944; M 15572; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

457 

Planning and laying out work. © July 17, 1944; 
M 15579; Mode-art pictures, inc., Pittsburgh. 

458 

Popular science; J 4-2. © Dec. 22, 1944; M 15502; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 459 

Repair of Inguinal hernia indirect and direct. © 
Dec. 28, 1944; M 15504; Evelyn Mallory Tate 
Buchanan, Philadelphia. 460 

Semper paratus. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15515; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

461 

Song to remember; adapted from the story, by 
Ernst Marlschka. © Dec. 28, 1944; L 13024; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

462 

Southland swing. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 15574; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

463 

Stage door cartoon. © Jan. 8, 1945; M 15540; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 464 

Stars on parade. © May 25, 1944; L 13025; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 465 

Subtotal gastrectomy for duodenal ulcer, Polya 
method. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15508; Evelyn Mal- 
lory Tate Buchanan, Philadelphia. 466 

Sunday dinner for a soldier; based on a story, by 
Martha Cheavens. © Dec. 14, 1944; L 13055; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

467 

Thin man goes home; from an original story, by 
Robert Rlskin It Harry Kurnitz, based on the 
characters created byDashiellHammett. ©Dec. 
1, 1944; L 13059; Loew's, inc., New York. 468 



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499 



This man's navy; based on an idea, by Herman E. 
Halland. © Jan. S, 1945; L 13051; Loew's, Inc., 
New York. 469 

Thoroughbreds. © Nov. 14, 1944; L 13037; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 470 

3 is a family; from the stage play, Three is a fami- 
ly. © Oct. 30, 1944; L 13047; Master productions, 
inc., Culver City, Calif. 471 

Three is a family. See 3 is a family. 

Tico tico. © Jan. 15, 1945; M 15570; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

472 

To have and have not. © Jan. 20, 1945; L 13056; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 473 

Toll of the storm. See Mystery of the river boat. 

Tree of God's planting. © Dec. 20, 1944; M 15511; 
Scriptures visualized institute, Chicago. 474 

U-boat prisoner; from the story, by Archie Gibbs. 
© July 25, 1944; L 13023; Columbia pictures 
corp. , Hollywood, Calif . 475 



U. S. A. by day and the R. A. F. by night G Jan. 
8, 1945; M 15559; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 476 

Universal newsreel; v. 17, nos. 339-356. © Oct. 
24, 26, 31, Nov. 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, 
Dec. 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 1944; M 15543-15558, 
15566; Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

477-494 

Use your imagination. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 15575; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 495 

Vaginal hysterectomy. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15505; 
Evelyn Mallory Tate Buchanan, Philadelphia. 

496 

Wolf! Wolf. See Mighty Mouse in Wolf! Wolf. 

Working with other supervisors. © July 17, 1944; 
M 15580; Mode-art pictures, inc., Pittsburgh. 

497 

World without borders. © Nov. 28, 1944; L 13039; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 498 

Your national gallery. © Dec. 12, 1944; M 15541; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 499 



Number of entries in class L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 39 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 85 



Total. 



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RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[499 



Antics of Ann. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 133621, Nov. 16, 1944. 1 

Arms and the girl. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 133614, Nov. 16, 1944. 2 

Bab's burglar. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 133617, Nov. 16, 1944. 3 

Call of the East. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 133613, Nov. 16, 1944. 4 

Clever Mrs. Carfax; from the story, by Hector 
Turnbull & Gardner Hunting. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 133622, Nov. 16, 
1944. 5 

Forbldden.paths; from the story, by Eve Unsell. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. R 133612, 
Nov. 16, 1944. 6 



Hungry heart. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 133618, Nov. 16, 1944. 7 

Jack and Jill; from the story, by Margaret Turn- 
bull. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 133616, Nov. 16, 1944. 8 

Molly entangled. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 133619, Nov. 16, 1944. 9 

Rise of Jennie Cushing; from the novel, by Mary S. 
Watts. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 133620, Nov. 16, 1944. 10 

Tom Sawyer; from the story, by Mark Twain. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. R 133623, 
Nov. 16, 1944. 11 

Woman God forgot. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 133615, Nov. 16, 1944. 12 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
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INCLUDING 
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1945 

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titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico- musical compositions, arranged 
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by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

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the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note.— If the claimant of copyright Is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Ah, sweet misery of life. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92135; 
Dan L. Kaplan, New York. 500 

Ahaz' reception in Assyria. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Alice in Wonderland; libretto by Margaret Mathews 
Hordyk, music by I. Mopper, based on story of 
the same name, by Lewis Carroll. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1945; D 76391; Irving Mopper, New York. 

501 

Always yours. §ee Dr. Christian. 

Ambassador with a guitar. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 
92394; Don W. Lyon, New York. 502 

Ambush for a shepherd. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence, 

Amparo; de [J. F. C.J Darthes, y [C. S.] Darnel. © 
Jan. 31, 1945; D 92189; Camilo Darthes & Carlos 
S. Darnel, Buenos Aires. 503 

And a little child. See Dr. Christian. 

And not to yield. See Dr. Christian. 

Anna Lucasta. © Feb. 15, 1945; D 92390; Philip 
Yordan, Hollywood, Calif. 504 

Apennine grape. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1945; D 92285; Rich- 
ard Maibaum, New York. 505 

Arms are fair; by R. B. Cooke & B. C. McCartney. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1945; D 92360; Robert B. Cooke 
& Mary Hamilton McCartney, as executrix of 
the estate of Benjamin C. McCartney, Washington. 

506 

At dawning. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1945; D 92367; Flo 
Hampton Scott, Jackson, Miss. 507 

Avis and Joah. See Story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

Bad angel. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1945; D 92275; Victor 
Clement, New York. 508 

Barabbas, son of the Master; by John Howard Hanger. 
© Jan. 26, 1945; D 92146; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 509 

Barley Cove. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92392; Rich- 
ard Hamilton, New York. 510 

Barnum Jones show; script nos. 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 3, 1945; D 92216,92217; John L. Clark, New 
York. 511, 512 

Barry touch. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; D 92255; Charles 
D. Adams, Detroit 513 



Beauty and the brain. See Grand hotel. 

Behind the counters. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; D 92357; 
Murray Mernie Spitzer, Brooklyn. 514 

Bessie, come home. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92132; John 
Hastings, New York. 515 

Bewitched. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 92318; Dorothy 
Washington Flegler, Philadelphia. 516 

Birth of an army. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92125; Regi- 
nald Terry Ryan, New York. 517 

Black market. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Black out; by Essex Dane. © Jan. 23, 1945; D 
92140; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 518 

Blue light; music by Jan Sibelius, choreography by 
A. Banks. [Text only] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1945; D 
92279; Alan Banks, New York. 519 

Broad arrow. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1945; D 92359; Jane 
Mary Erickson, Oswego, Or. 520 

Buckin' Benny rides again. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 
92138; Harry A. Madalinski, New York. 521 

Bugle blows at dawn. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92136; Eli 
Jaffee, New York. 522 

Butter and egg man. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; D 92351; 
James H. Cannon, Frederick, Md. 523 

By the dawn's early light. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1945; 
D 92387; Frank Errol ladings, DeSoto, Mo. 524 

Cage. © 1 c.Jan. 27, 1945; D 92154; Jules Denes, New 
York. 525 

Carnival; adapted from certain plays & short stories 
of Anton Chekhov, by P. Lyon. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1945; D 92104; Peter Lyon, New York. 526 

Case of the capering corpse, gee Grand hotel. 

Cat's paw; by Virginia Stevens. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 26, 
1945; D 92151; Charles Manevitz, New York. 

527 



Cauliflower is love; by Louise Linden [pseud, of L. 
Lichtman] © 1 c. Feb. 13,1945; D 92328; Louise 
Lichtman, New York. 528 

Charade parade; continuity no. 1. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1945; D 92289; Billy K. Wells, New York. 529 

Chick Carter - boy detective; by Fritz Blocki. © 
Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

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542. 



No. 397, Jan. 10, 1945. Revised. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 

1945; D 92185. 
Nos. 404-410, Jan. 19, 22-26, 29, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 31, 1945; D 92198-92204. 
Nos. 411-415, Jan. 30, 31, Feb. 1, 2, 5, 1945. © 

1 c. each Feb. 8, 1945; D 92308-92312. 

Christmas guest; by J. R. Clemens. © Jan. 31,1945; 
D 92251; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 543 

Clair de lune; based on the life of Claude Debussy. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; D 92342; Germaine Duran, 
Tucson, Ariz. 544 

Common ground. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92403; 
Edward Chodorov, New York. 545 

Contact unlimited; by Arlene Beach, Patricia De- 
marest, Jane Hanson & others, edited by Hallie 
Flanagan. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1945; D 92211; Shirley 
Belle Rich, Northampton, Mass. 546 

Corliss leads a dance. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Count that day; by Gertrude Bryan [i. e. G. B. Knapp] 
© 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 92162; Gertrude Bryan 
Knapp, New York. 547 

Couvade. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92380; Peter 
Packer, Beverly Hills, Califs 548 

Creatures of time; adapted for the motion picture 
film play. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; D 92347; Gene- 
vieve Nicetas Albyn, Brooklyn. 549 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 550-554 
Nos. 233, 235, Jan. 14, 28, 1945. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 31, 1945; D 92172, 92173. 
No. 234, Jan. 21, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 

92161. 
Nos. 236, 237, Feb. 4,11,1945. © 1 c. each Feb. 

20, 1945; D 92388, 92389. 

Daybreak. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1945; D 92149; Gant 
Gaither, New York. 555 

Death by ricochet. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Death is just around the corner. See Shadow. 

Death Valley sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 556-559 

Episode nos. 22, 23, Jan. 18, 25, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 3, 1945; D 92222, 92223. 
Episode nos. 24, 25, Feb. 1, 8, 1945. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 10, 1945; D 92304, 92305. 

Detour; episode 2. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; D 92237; 
Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 560 

Dime novel. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1945; D 92284; Frank 
Herbert Fog, Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 561 

Dinny and the witches. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; D 
92235; Will Gibson, Topeka, Kan. 562 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

563-567 
Episode no. 296, Five day furlough. © 1 c. Dec. 

1, 1944; D 92402. 
Episode no. 321, And not to yield. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1945; D 92224. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Episode no. 322, And a little child. © 1 c. Feb. 

3, 1945; D 92225. 
Episode no. 323, Always yours. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 

1945; D 92226. 
Episode no. 324, The shawl. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 

1945; D 92303. 

Dogs, cats and people. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; D 
92113; Lydia Petersen, Hadlyme, Conn. 568 

Doll theatre. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92158; Eleanor 
L. Wells, New York'. 569 

Door. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; D 92349; Arthur George 
Gladd, Highland Park, III. 570 

Dream maker; based upon the original series of 
juvenile stories. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 91995; 
Gertrude Prentiss, Los Angeles. 571 

Ducks out on parade; script & lyrics L. D. Kramer, 
music H. Hevar. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 76393; 
Lillian D. Kramer & Hedy Hevar, Brooklyn. 

572 

Dynamic art; by John Laurence Seymour. © Jan. 22, 
1945; D 92335; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 573 

E. S. F.; by R. Lockridge. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1945; D 
92209; Richard Lockridge & Richard S. Barthel- 
mess, New York. 574 

Early candlelight; by Joyce Vernon Drake. © Jan. 
26, 1945; D 92144; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

575 

Easter revelation; text by Dorothy Lehman Sumerau, 
music by Charles Francis Lane [pseud, of Ira 
B. Wilson] © Jan. 3, 1945; D 76387; Lorenz pub. 
co., Dayton, O. 576 

Easter shoes; by Maud C. Jackson. © Sept. 20, 1944; 
D 92263; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 577 

Egg in your beer. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1945; D 92150; 
Reginald Lawrence, New York. 578 

Eight cousins; based on the novels, Eight cousins & 
Rose in bloom, by Louisa May Alcott. © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1944; D 92401; Sally Benson, New York & 
William Maxwell, Yorktown Heights, N. Y. 579 

18 Washington square, South; by Madeleine L'Engle. 
© Jan. 19, 1945; D 92139; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 580 

Enchantment. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92178; Emanuel 
Schoolmeister Teitelman, Brooklyn. 581 

Eve got by. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 92152; Mary 
Kathryn Hanson, Alden, Pa. 582 

Even of your lusts; by Ray R. Murdock. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1945; D 92215; Martha E. Murdock, New York. 

583 

Eye for an eye. gee Return of Nick Carter. 

Fable for victory. © 1 c Jan. 31, 1945; D 92175; 
Jill Miller, Mahopac, N. Y. 584 



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n o. 2. 1945 



627 



Facing the future; by Walter Hackett. © Dec. 30, 
1944; D 92214; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

585 

Fall of women. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1945; D 92253; Bene- 
dict G. Rucker, A. P. O. & Richard E. Passmore, 
Baltimore. 586 

Famous ten. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; D 92107; William 
Edmund Salzman, New York. 587 

Fanfare; by Barry Lane [pseud, of L. Eisler] © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1945; D 92099; Lawrence Eisler, Brook- 
lyn. 588 

Father's bargain day; by Catherine Donnelly. © Sept. 
13, 1944; D 92265; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 589 

Fibber McGee and Molly; Jan. 2, 9, 1945, by Don 
Quinn & Phil Leslie. © 1 c. each Feb. 3, 1945; 
D 92227., 92228; S. C. Johnson & son, inc., Racine, 
Wis. 590, 591 

First twelve years. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; D 92348; 
Julian Funt & Milton Lewis, New York. 592 

Five day furlough. See Dr. Christian. 

Flirting husbands. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; D 92192; 
Alexander Sununu, New York. 593 

Flower girl. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; D 92270; Christine 
Zotalis, Minneapolis. 594 

Forever and a draft board. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 
92122; Reginald Terry Ryan, New York. 595 

Forza (La) del destino (The force of destiny); text 
by Francesco Maria Piave, English translation 
by Ruth Martin & Thomas Martin, music by 
Giuseppe Verdi. © Dec. 29, 1944; D 76389; 
Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York. 596 

Freedom road; based on the novel, by Howard Fast. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; D 92330; Daniel Lewis James, 
Hollywood, Calif. 597 

Freedom's holy light. © Feb. 8, 1945; D 92334; 
Mary Sullivan Kelley, Raleigh, N. C. 598 

From Adam till now. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 92153; 
Mary Kathryn Hanson, Alden, Pa. 599 

From dusk to dawn; by Tom [i. e. T. A.] Johnstone. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; D 92384; Thomas Arthur 
Johnstone, East Orange, N. J. 600 

From the life; by Carl M. Nathan [pseud, of C. S. 
Sobin, N. H. Horwitz & M. Fink] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1945; D 92007; Carl Solomon Sobin, Nathan Harold 
Horwitz & Morton Fink, Brooklyn. 601 

Front porch; by Bettye Knapp. © Feb. 7, 1945; D 
92332; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 602 

Futurama. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92131; Arnold M. 
Auerbach, New York. 603 

Georgie meets David and Goliath. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1945; D 92325; Frances Stevens Weston, New 
York. 604 



Girl who cried wolf; by Katherine Laure [i. e. K. L. 
Arneister] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1945; D 92167; 
Katherine Laure Arneister, Philadelphia. 605 

Grand hotel. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

606-610 
Dec. 30, 1944, Murder by specialists, by Charles 

F. Wilde. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91962. 
Jan. 6, 1945, 1 love you, Trudy, by Raymond Chan. 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 91961. 
Jan. 20, 1945, Obstacle course, by Virginia Saf- 

ford Lynn. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1945; D 92291. 
Jan. 27, 1945, The case of the capering corpse, 

by Sidney Marshall. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1945; D 

92300. 
Feb. 10, 1945, Beauty and the brain, by Margaret 

Smith. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92395. 

Great Gildersleeve; nos. 150, 151, Dec. 31, 1944, 
Jan. 7, 1945, by John Whedonfc SamMoore. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 3, 1945; D 92229, 92230; Kraft cheese 
co., Chicago. 611, 612 

Great Markus. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; D 92296; Mary 
Blum, Chicago. 613 

Greatest of these; by Charles Whittaker. © All- 
Canada radio facilities, ltd., Toronto. 614-618 
No. 1, Payment deferred. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; 

D 92115. 
No. 2, A piece of paper. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; D 

92116. 
No. 3, Nothing is ever lost. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; 

D 93117. 
No. 4, Out of the darkness. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; 

D 92118. 
No. 5, The racket, © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; D 92119. 

Green laughter. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; D 92192; Rose 
Simon Kohn, New York. 619 

Half his age plus seven. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; D 
92096; Amelia Delahoyde Peters, Elizabeth, Pa. 

620 

Hamburger, incorporated. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; D 
92298; Agnes I. Ridgway, Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

621 

Happy day, mom; by Me lb a Harmon Cle worth. © 
Sept. 22, 1944; D 92261; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 622 

Happy ending. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; D 92329; Marie 
Carson, New York. 623 

Happy warrior; text by Barry W. [i. e. LeBaron W.J 
Leaver & J. W. Huron, music by Barry W. Leaver. 
© 1-c. Dec. 26, 1944; D 76394; James W. Huron, 
Los. Angeles. 624 

Heads up; by Norman B. Terry. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1945; D 92156; Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago. 625 

Hectic weekend. See On furlough. 

Her honor. © 1 c. Feb.. 10, 1945; D 92302; Jay 
Sommers, New York. 626 

Here's the world; by Charles Tekeyan. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1945; D 92292; Theatre Elixir, New York. 

627 



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628 



Hezekiah and Hephzibah. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Hezekiah 's unannounced engagement. See Story 
of the Bible, Hezekiah sequence. 

Hiatus. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1945; D 92354; Fredric Solla, 
Newark, N. J. 628 

Holiday moon. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1945; D 92256; Charles 
D. Adams, Detroit. 629 

Home port. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1945; D 92234; Oskar 
Max Paul Gens, Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. 630 

Horseshoe crab; by Elmer Anthony [pseud, of E. A. 
Goessl] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1945; D 92297; Elmer 
Anthony Goessl, Milwaukee. 631 

Hot gold. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; D 92316; Henrietta 
Drake -Brockman, Perth, Australia. 632 

House of Kartofflya. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92160; 
Robert Jacobs Jordan, New York. 633 

How to get a three day pass. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 
92121; Leslie E. Weiner, New York. 634 

Human textile. Second new version. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1944; D 92254; William Walter Latimer, Detroit. 

635 

I am looking for an American. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1945; 
D 92206; Severino Montano, Washington. 636 

I love you, Trudy. See Grand hotel. 

I. Q. for Moronica. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Iceboxes for Eskimos; by Bruce Henry. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1945; D 92157; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 637 

Invisible alibi. See Shadow. 

Irish philosopher; continuity no. 1. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1945; D 92277; Billy K- Wells, New York. 638 

Isolated from within. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92375; 
Joseph Freeling, New York. 639 

It happened yesterday. © Jan. 15, 1945; D 92333; 
Mary Sullivan Kelley, Raleigh, N. C. 640 

It shouldn't happen to a dog; by Boyce [i. e. A. B.] 
Craig & C. Morris. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1945; D 
92181; Alexander Boyce Craig & Carson Morris, 
Philadelphia. 641 

It's always spring. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; D 92106; 
Donald Conway Barrie, Los Angeles. 64S 

It's not GI. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92124; Charles H. 
Connely, New York. 643 

Ivory tower. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; D 92338; Lawrence 
R. Bearson & George Wolf, New York. 644 

Jingly Christmas; by Maud C. Jackson. © Aug. 31, 
1944; D 92260; Eldrldge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 645 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 

Job makers; by Steven K. James [pseud, of C. A. 
Seltzer, jr.] © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; D 92301; 
Charles A. Seltzer, jr., Cleveland. 646 

Jolly Roger. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; D 92339; Herbert 
O. Kubly & Waldemar E. Hansen, New York. 

647 

Kasslane. © 1 c. pt. 1, Jan. 13, 1945; © 1 c. pt. 2, 
Feb. 1; D 92191; A. G. Chapekis, Denver. 648 

Keep it clean, for the boys; book by A. O. Moritz & 
Edward Heghinian, additional lyrics by E. Hegh- 
inian, score by A. O. Moritz. [Text only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1945; D 92372; Albert O. Moritz, New 
York. 649 

Knock-knock. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; D 92386; Martin 
Carran & Vieda Carran, Forest Hills, N. Y. 

650 

Lady on a porcupine; by Gerry [i. e. P. J.] Kehl. © 
1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; D 82103; Pearl J. Kehl, New 
York. 651 

Lady unknown. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92370; Gerald 
Law, Brooklyn. 652 

Lady, wake up; by J. Vincent Barrett. © Jan; 22, 
1945; D 92208; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 653 



Learners. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92361; Paul Lip- 
schutz, New York. 654 

Liberation. © Nov. 28, 1944; D 92383; J. Orman 
Grey, Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 655 

Lida. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 92183; Arthur Kunze, 
Belleville, N. J. 656 

Life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, Hollywood, Calif. 

657-660 
Script no. 54, Jan. 21, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; 

D 92111. 
Script no. 55, Jan. 28, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1945; 

D 92286. 
Script no. 56, Feb. 4, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; 

D 92295. / 

Script no. 57, Feb. 11, 1945; © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; 

D 92371. 

Listening to the moon. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 
92320; Louise Piatt Harris, North Hollywood, 
Calif. 661 

Little honey. © Jan. 25, 1945; D 92293; William F. 
Davidson, St. Paul. 662 

Lone Ranger; no. 1848-1068, Smuggler's feet, by 
Trendle & Fran Striker. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 
92257; Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 663 

Lucifer has a plan. See Shadow. 

Luck with charms. © Len D. Hollister, New York. 

664, 665 
Episode no. 1, The story of the fighting dice. © 

1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92344. 
Episode no. 2, The story of the tin-foil charm. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92343. 



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no., 2, 1945 



701 



Lucullus dines alone. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92374; 
Stanley Nelson, New York. 666 

Magnificent darkness. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1944; D 92210; 
Grace La Rue & Lillian Bret Harte, Los Angeles. 

667 

March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 668-671 
Jan. 25, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; D 92166. 
Feb. 1, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; D 92236. 
Feb. 8, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; D 92299. 
Feb. 15, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1945; D 92378. 

Matter of application; by Bruce Henry. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1945; D 92155; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 672 

May and December; by Tom [i. e. T. A.] Johnstone. 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92397; Thomas Arthur 
Johnstone, East Orange, N. J. 673 

Medora; book & lyrics by Bert [i. e. E. L.] Pettey, 
music by Paine. Fenimore. [Text only] © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1945; D 92288; Egbert Lyle Pettey, Plain- 
field, N. J. 674 

Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 675-677 

Episode 53", The black market. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 

1945; D 92231. 
Episode 54, I. Q. for Moronica. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 

1945; D 92232. 
Episode 55, Corliss leads a dance. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 

1945; D 92233. 

Meet my aunt. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 92176; Jean 
OrRange, Toronto. 678 

Meeting of Avis and Jared. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Men without wives. © 1 c, Feb. 12, 1945; D 92315; 
.Henrietta Drake -Brockman, Perth, Australia. 

679 

Merely co-incidental. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; D 
92337; Charles Raddock, New York. 680 

Molder. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 92400; Sibyl A 
Hill, Buffalo. 681 

Monsieur Lamberthier; from the French play, by 
L. Verneuil, adapted by J. Hinton. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1945; D 92148; Jane Hinton, Philadelphia & 
Louis Verneuil, Los Angeles. 682 

Monsoon madness. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92127; Ted 
Schoening, New York. 683 

Mother Bistro. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92159; Joe 
Greene, Los Angeles. 684 

Mother knows best. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1944; D 92180; 
Frances Rauch, New York. 685 

Moving finger. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1945; D 92358; 
Martha Leonard, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 686 

Mulberry bush. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 92186; Hy 
Dee Small, Kansas City, Mo. 687 

Murder by specialists. See Grand hotel. 



Neptune's soap. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1945; D 92193; 
Marvin Ira Duckler, Brooklyn. 688 

New dawn; music drama based on the Scriptures, 
text & music by L. Margueritte House. © Jan. 
29, 1945; D 76392; Boston music co., Boston. 

689 

New day; by Mayo [i. e. A. M.] Powell. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1945; D 92341; America Mayo Powell, Chi- 
cago. 690 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the abandoned gravel 
pit. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the dead Scottle. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the upstate murders. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Norteamericano (Un) en Mejico. See Tonguetied in 
Mexico. 

Nothing is ever lost See Greatest of these. 

Now really, Peter; by Dorothy Waring [pseud, of 
Mrs. Stephen Kelen D'Oxyllon] & A. Baldwin. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92169; Mrs. Stephen Kelen 
D'Oxylion & Ann Baldwin, New York. 691 

Nursery rhymes modernized. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1945; 
D 92362; Augusta Ann Anderson, Glen Ridge, 
N. J. 692 

Nuts to you. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; D 92365; Eddie 
Alexandria, New York. 693 

Obstacle course. See Grand hotel. 

Old fashioned garden of flowers. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1945; D 92363; Augusta Ann Anderson, Glen Ridge, 
N. J. 694 

On furlough; or, Hectic weekend. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1945; D 92364; Augusta Ann Anderson, Glen Ridge, 
N. J. 695 

On heaven's doorstep; pt. 12. © Jan. 24, 1945; D 
92179; Carl A. Barrett, Chicago. 696 

Once upon a time. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92170; 
Martha Alexander, Leslie Woods, Bernard J. 
Proctor & Richard Lewis, New York. 697 

One foot in Connecticut. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; D 
92317; Harold S. Darling, Kansas City, Mo. 

698 

One-man show. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1945; D 92168; Jo- 
seph Lachman, Somerset, Ky. 699 

Orientation. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92134; Norman H. 
Snow, New York. 700 

Orpheus in Hades; by Jacques Offenbach & Hector 
Cremieux, adapted & translated by M. Brand 
[pseud, of Frederick Faust] & L. Kerz, lyrics & 
adaptation of book by E. Eager. [Text only] © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1945; D 92100; Max Brand, Hollis, 
L. I., N. Y., Leo Kerz & Edward Eager, New York. 



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702 



Our fathers; or, Papa takes a holiday. © 1 c. Feb. 
2, 1945; D 92207; Hyman Adler, New York. 702 

Our monthly objections. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1945; D 
92366; Flo Hampton Scott, Jackson, Miss. 703 

Out of the darkness. See Greatest of these. 

Oxydofs own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2981, by 
Leston Huntley & Henry Se linger. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1945; D 92109; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

704 

Papa by request. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92272; 
Armando Thomas Perretta, Hartford. 705 

Papa takes a holiday. See Our fathers. 

Paradise alley; by B. F. Moran, in collaboration 
with J. R. Callery. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; D 
92323; Bernard F. Moran & John R. Callery, New 
York. 706 

Parents' magazine on the air; program nos. 19-22, 
by Ralph Rosenberg. © 1 c. each Feb. 7, 1945; 
D 92280-92283; Parents' institute, inc., New 
York. • 707-710 

Payment deferred. See Greatest of these. 

Peace ever afterwards. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; 
D 92095; Free land F. Penney, Washington. 711 

Piece of paper. See Greatest of these. 

Play that nearly wasn't; by Harry L. Hadley. © Aug. 
15, 1944; D 92259; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 712 

Poisoned goblet. See Story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

Politics in Kansas. © Jan. 20, 1945; D 92190; W. G. 
Clugston, Topeka, Kan. 713 

Prayer for your problem; Jan. 2, 1945, series no. 1. 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92165; Eleanor L. Wells, 
New York. 714 

Proverb girl and the booster boy; by Mrs. J. L. [i. e. 
P.] Kennedy. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; D 92093; 
Pearl Kennedy, Fort Worth. 715 

Public genius no. 1. Revised version. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1945; D 92319; Barney Gerard, New York & 
Charles Washburn, Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 

716 

Purity and the wolf; or, She didn't lose it at the Astor, 
by E. Hal Moss [pseud, of H. Moskowitz] © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1945; D 92373; Harry Moskowitz, Phila- 
delphia. 717 

Pyramid of life; by Lida E. Fletcher. © Aug. 24, 
1944; D 92264; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 718 

Quarrel. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; D 92108; Turnley 
Walker, New York. 719 

Quiet, everybody; by Luella McMahon. © Aug. 30, 
1944; D 92267; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 720 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Racket. See Greatest of these. 

Radio black outs. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92399; 
Gene Dallas Decker, St. Louis. 721 

Radio hall of fame. © Philco Corp., Philadelphia. 

722-725 
Program nos. 13, 14, Dec. 24, 31, 1944. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 25, 1945; D 92097, 92098. 
Program nos. 15, 16, Jan. 7, 14, 1945, © 1 c. 
each Feb. 6, 1945; D 92273, 92274. 

Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 726-729 
Jan. 23, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 92187. 
Jan. 30, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1945; D 92276. 
Feb. 6, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; D 92322. 
Feb. 13, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1945; D 92396. 

Ready for murder. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Recipe for Santa Claus; by William H. Morgan. © 
Jan. 2, 1945; D 92213; Penn play co., Philadelphia. 

730 

Regards irom Charlie. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1945; D 
92356; Lucille S. Prumbs, New York. 731 

Return of Nick'Carter; by Jock MacGregor. © Street 
& Smith publications, inc., New York. 732-734 
Jan. 21, 1945, Death by ricochet; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the abandoned gravel pit. 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92196. 
Jan. 28, 1945, An eye for an eye; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the upstate murders. © 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92197. 
Feb. 4, 1945, Ready for murder; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the dead Scottie. © 1 c. 

Feb. 8, 1945; D 92307. 

Reunion. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; D 92252; Russell 
Edward Murphy, St. Louis. 735 

Romance in Paris; book by S. F. Page & Paul De- 
Loqueyssie, music by Eugene Edgar Page, lyrics 
by E. E. Page & S. F. Page. © 1 c. libretto Nov. 
6, 1944; © 1 c. music Jan. 1, 1945; D 76395; 
Sarah Francis Page, Los Angeles. 736 

Romance of Annie Laurie; libretto by J. Hoshaw, 
music by H. A. Kluber. © 1 c. Dec. 4> 1944; D 
76390; Josephine Hoshaw & Helen Arnold Kluber, 
Cincinnati. 737 

Rookie guard. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92123; Joseph J. 
Berg, New York. 738 

Rose in bloom. S_ee Eight cousins. 

Roses for madame; based on an idea, by Flora Field. 
© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1944; D 92182; Sydney Shields & 
Ralph Sprauge, Forest Hills, N. Y. 739 

Round trip. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; D 92268; Reginald 
Denham & Mary Orr, New York. 740 

Saucy minx. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1945; D 92313; Florence 
Galentine, Venice, Calif. 741 

Scene at the judgement. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; D 
92352; Edward Earnest Mltchener, Doniphan, Mo. 

742 

School for MP's. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92129; Berni 
Gould, New York. 74 3 



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no . 2. 1945 



Shadow. © Street & Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 744-746 

Jan. 21, 1945, Death is just around the corner, by 

Alfred Bester. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92194. 
Jan. 28, 1945, The invisible alibi, by Joseph 

Cochran. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92195. 
Feb. 4, 1945, Lucifer has a plan, by Stedman 

Coles. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; D 92306. 

Shadow of death. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; D 92114; Har- 
ry Webb, New York. 747 

Sharing a dream. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92126; Frank 
E. Orefice, New York. 748 

Shattered arrow. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; D 92321; 
Robert Bertrand Widder, Gettysburg, Pa. 749 

Shawl. See Dr. Christian. 

She didn't lose it at the Astor. See Purity and the 
wolf. 

Shebna becomes chancellor. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Shebna plans a murder. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Siete piezas faciles; by Eloise Roach. © June 5, 
1944; AA 474745; Banks Upshaw & co., Dallas. 

750 

Sixtieth man and The pardon. © Jan. 24, 1945; D 
92331; Grace Van Schoen der Woert Hogeboom 
Henderson, Meadville, Pa. 751 

Skibo of the north woods. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 
92345; Charles A. Kennedy & Carl F. Kraatz, 
Chicago. 752 

Smuggler's feet, gee Lone Rangers 

So she made' a novena; by Carl Delozier [pseud, of 
J. C. McMullen] © Jan. 26, 1945; D 92145; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 753 

Soldier's dream. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92137; Joseph 
C. Pritchard, New York. 754 

Something's cookin';by Don Elser. © Sept. 5, 1944; 
D 92266; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 755 

Songs while you wait. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 
92368; Moe Jaffe & Norman Jay, New York. 756 

Speak of the devil; book based on an idea conceived 
by J. Barnett, book & lyrics by H. Moskowitz, 
lyrics & additional dialogue by Joyce Barnett, 
music by Jack [i. e. George Clifford] Feierabend. 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1944; D 76388; Harry Moskowitz, 
Philadelphia. 757 

Spearhead. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1945; D 92220; Robert 
David Carr, Trenton, N. J. 758 

Spirit's willing. © 1 c Feb. 14, 1945; D 92336; 
Muriel Bolton & William Bolton, New York. 759 

Spite fence. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; D 92294; Norma 
Eleanor Langham, Altadena, Calif. 760 



785 



Square with the world; audition script 2. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1945; D 92346; Harold Gingrich, Chicago. 

761 

Stained glass; by Alma Murphy Halff. © Jan. 23, 
1945; D 92143; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

762 

Staring at the sun. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92393; 
Alfred Aiken, New York. , 763 

Story of the Bible, Hezekiah sequence; by Katharine 
Seymour & Adele Seymour. © General mills, 
inc., Minneapolis. 764-775 

Ahaz' reception in Assyria. © Jan. 18, 1945; D 

92247. 
Ambush for a shepherd. © Jan. 22, 1945; D 

92248. 
Avis and Joan. © Dec. 20, 1944; D 92241. 
Hezekiah and Hephzibah. © Dec. 20, 1944; D 

92242. 
Hezekiah's unannounced engagement. © Dec. 20, 

1944; D 92240. 
Meeting of Avis and Jared. © Dec. 20, 1944; D 

92244. 
The poisoned goblet. © Jan. 18, 1945; D 92246. 
Shebna becomes chancellor. © Dec. 20, 1944; 

D 92239. 
Shebna plans a murder. © Dec. 20, 1944; D 

92243. 
Tlmna tells a secret'. © Jan. 22, 1945; D 92249. 
Timna's race with time. © Jan. 18, 1945; D 

92245. 
Treason and treachery. © Jan. 22, 1945; D 

92250. 

Story of the fighting dice. See Luck with charms. 

Story of the tin-foil charm. See Luck with charms. 

Strange gate; by Carl Delozier [pseud, of J. C. 
McMullen] © Jan. 26, 1945; D 92142; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 776 

Strictly GI. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92120; Arnold M. 
Auerbach, New York. 777 

Susan and the Creation. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; D 
92324; Frances Stevens Weston, New York. 778 

There a star. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92163; Elsa 
Neuberger, New York. 779 

There were two thieves. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1945; D 
92377; Evelyn Beyl Neuenburg, Altadena, Calif. 

780 

They call him Tommy; by A. Garner [pseud, of G. 
A. LeBrandt] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1945; D 92141; Ann 
Garner, Hollywood, Calif. 781 

Things are tough all over. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92133; 
John M. O'Hare, New York. 782 

Third cousin; by Jan Paul. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 
92212; Jane Paul, Montclair, N. J. 783 

This, my life. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 92177; Jean 
OrRange, Toronto. 784 

Thistle Hill. © 1 c Feb. 14, 1945; D 92340; Leslie 
W. MacLeod, Brooklyn. 785 



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pt. I, n. 8., v. 18 



Three kings. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1945; D 92205; 
Josephine Young Case, Hamilton, N. Y. 786 

Time for comedy. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1945; D 92238; 
James Hagan & Shelley O'Day, New York. 787 

Time to be born. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92164; 
Claude Hill, Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 788 

Time to love. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1945; D 92290; Joel 
Frede, Brooklyn. 789 

Tlmna tells a secret. See Story of the Bible, Heze- 
klah sequence. 

Tlmna's race with time. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezeklah sequence. 

Tbasties time; by Benton & Bowles, Inc. © General 
foods Corp., New York. 790-792 

Jan. 14, 1945. © 1 c Jan. 25, 1945; D 92184. 
Jan. 21, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1945; D 92271. 
Jan. 28, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; D 92355. 

Today we're free. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1945; D 92105; 
Rossle C. Allen, DeLand, Fla. 793 

Tonguetled In Mexico; from Un Norteamericano en 
Mejlco, In Prof. Ina W. Ramboz' Short plays In 
Spanish, adapted by Willis Knapp Jones. © Sept. 
26, 1944; D 92258; Eldrldge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 794 

Traitor prayed. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92385; Jewel 
Elizabeth Steven, New York. 795 



Treason and treachery. 
Hezeklah sequence. 



See Story of the Bible, 



Trumbo. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92391; Hubert S. 
White & Emerson Glasgow, Los Angeles. 796 

Turtle twins and the floating balloon. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1945; D 92350; Alan Richard Aaronson, New 
York. 797 

Two worlds; by Lazar Borodin. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1945; D 92112; Lazar Borodulln, Brooklyn. 798 

Uncle Sam's soldier boy. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; D 
92314; Jennie Goodman, Cambridge, Mass. 799 

Unfinished portrait; by Sascha [i. e. Samuel] Geneen. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1945; D 92376; Samuel Geneen, 
Hollywood, Calif. 800 

Valiant dust. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1944; D 92381j Gerald 
William Anderson, U.S.S. Fancy, c/o F.P.O., San 
Francisco. 801 

Valiants; by H. H. Haywood [pseud, of H. H. H. Ed- 
wards] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1945; D 92188; Hilda Hay- 
wood Howe Edwards, Charleston, S. C. 802 



Way back home; by Esther M. Hawley. © Jan. 15, 
1945; D 92382; Amer. theatre wing war service, 
Inc. , New York. 803 

We can't all be saints. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; D 
92327; Robert Jervls Culler, Baltimore. 804 

What Gl's think about In foxholes. © Dec. 15, 1944; 
D 92128; S. J. Abel, New York. 805 

What Is Purim. © Feb.,1, 1945; D 92219; Moses 
Brevda, Brooklyn. 806 

What your story. © 1 c. pts. 1, 2, 3, Dec. 26, 1944; 
© 1 c. pts. 4, 5, Jan. 23, 1945; D 92353; Ann 
Rldeout, New York. 807 

Who Is Evelena? © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92379; 
Adelbert Bartlett, Santa Monica, Calif. 808 

Who! Me? © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1945; D 92094; Joseph 
Kaplan, Philadelphia. 809 

Wind of heaven. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; D 92221; Emlyn 
Williams, Dldcot, Berks, England. 810 

Witch; English translation by Luba U. Kowalska, 
lyrics by Stephan Tscharnetzky, music by P. P. 
Ouglltzky. [Libretto only] © Nov. 14, 1944; D 
92147; Paul Pechenlha Ouglltzky, New York. 

811 

Witch and the Scarecrow; by Lenora Sill Ashton. © 
Sept. 27, 1944; D 92262; Eldrldge entertainment 
house, Inc., Franklin, O. 812 

With sugar, too. © Dec. 15, 1944; D 92130; John R. 
Mutzabaugh, New York. 813 

Woman's angle. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92369; Lee 
Loeb & Arthur Strawn, Los Angeles. 814 

Yank In Greek. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; D 92110; Daisy 
B. Phipps, Los Angeles. 815 

Years are yours. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1945; D 92287; 
Michael Hupalo, Brooklyn. 816 

You can't learn younger; by Larry [1. e. H. L.] Hol- 
comb. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; D 92326; H. Lawrence 
Holcomb, New Castle, Del. 817 

Young American. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92174; 
Edwin M. Bronner, New York. 818 

Young life. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 92171; Samuel 
Harry Beltler, Brooklyn. 819 

Young man with a book. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; 
D 92269; Reginald LeBorg & Bernard Schubert, 
Hollywood, Calif. 820 

Your problem please; by Marianne Rieser. © 1 c. 
Dec. 30, 1944; D 92101; Ferdinand A. Rieser, 
New York. 821 



Number of entries of dramas Included In Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 574 unpublished) 672 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (Including 7 unpublished) 11 

Dramatlco- musical compositions (Including 11 unpublished) 13 

Dramatlco-muslcal compositions in foreign languages (Including unpublished) 1 

Total - - - - 697 



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TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

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Arabian nights. © Owen Davis, New York. R 135193, 
Dec. 18, 1944. 1 

By their words ye shall know them; from the Spanish 
of Serafin Quintero & Joaquin Alvarez Quintero, 
translated by J. G. Underhill. © John Garrett 
Underhill, Brooklyn. R 134162, Nov. 24, 1944. 

2 

Chink in the armour. See House of peril. 

Chronicle history of the life and death of King Lear 
and his three daughters; by William Shakespeare, 
edited by William Lyon Phelps. © Chas. W. 
Scranton co., New Haven. R 135064, Dec. 13, 
1944. 3 

Common clay. © Cleves Kinkead, Louisville. R 
135192, Dec. 18, 1944. 4 

Conquest. © Marie C. Stopes, London. R 135190, 
Dec. 18, 1944. 5 

Daniela; from the Catalan of Angel Guimera, trans- 
lated by J. G. Underhill. © John Garrett Under- 
hill, Brooklyn. R 134157, Nov. 24, 1944. 6 

Diadem of snow; by Elmer L. Reizenstein [i. e. E. 
Rice] © Elmer Rice, Stamford, Conn. R 135294, 
Dec. 21, 1944. 7 

Dorothy's neighbors. © Marie Doran, Jamaica, 
N. Y. R 135194, Dec. 18, 1944. 8 

Double exposure; by Avery Hopwood. © City bank 
farmers trust co., as executor of the estate of 
Avery Hopwood, New York. R 134349, Dec. 5, 
1944. 9 

Eloise; by Herman J. Mankiwiecz.. © Edward B. 
Marks music corp., New York. R 135048, Oct. 
21, 1944. 10 

Free woman. © Hutcheson Boyd, London. R 134316, 
Dec. 3, 1944. 11 

Going up; by George S. Kaufman. © Edward B. Marks 
music corp., New York. R 135049, Oct. 21, 1944. 

12 



Holiday plays for home, school and settlement. © 
Virginia Olcott, New York. R 135044, Dec. 13, 
1944. 13 

Home-coming; by Elmer L. Reizenstein [i. e. E. 
Rice] & H. Hughes. © Elmer Rice, Stamford, 
Conn. & Hatcher Hughes, West Cornwall, Conn. 
R 135292, Dec. 21, 1944. 14 



Home of the free; by Elmer L. Reizenstein [i. e. E. 
Rice] © Elmer Rice, Stamford, Conn. R 135291, 
Dec. 21, 1944. 15 



House of peril; adapted from The Chink in the 
armour, a novel by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, by H. 
A. Vachell. © Horace Annesley Vachell, Bath, 
Somerset, England. R 135195, Dec. 18, 1944. 

16 

Hurry, hurry, hurry. © Le Roy Arnold, Minneap- 
olis. R 135191, Dec. 18, 1944. 17 



June. © Marie Doran, Jamaica, N. Y. 
Dec. 27, 1944. 



R 134412, 
18 



Land of joy; by Montague Glass & C. A. DeLima. © 
Caroline P. Glass, Pasadena. R 134318, Dec. 3, 
1944. 19 

Love magic; from the Spanish of Gregorio Martinez 
Sierra, translated by J. G. Underhill. © John Gar- 
rett Underhill, Brooklyn. R 134160, Nov. 24, 1944. 

20 

Mai (El) que nos hacen. © Jacinto Benavente, 
Madrid. R 134163, Nov. 24, 1944. 21 

Matter of time; by Elmer L. Reizenstein [i. e. E. 
Rice] © Elmer Rice, Stamford, Conn. R 135293, 
Dec. 21, 1944. 22 

Mrs. Bumpstead- Leigh; by Harry James Smith. © 
Edith Smith, St. Augustine. R 134413, Dec. 27, 
1944. 23 

No smoking; from the Spanish of Jacinto Benavente, 
translated by J. G. Underhill. © John Garrett 
Underhill, Brooklyn. R 134161, Nov. 24, 1944. 

24 

Othergirl; by Augustus Thomas. © LisleC. Thomas, 
New York. R 134317, Dec. 3, 1944. 25 

Prodigal doll; from the Catalan of Santiago Rusinol, 
translated by J. G. Underhill. © John Garrett 
Underhill, Brooklyn. R 134159, Nov. 24, 1944. 

26 

River of light; by Neilson Morris [pseud, of Mrs. 
Morley-Peele] © Mrs. Morley-Peele, London. 
R 134921, Dec. 27, 1944. 27 

Snare (The); by L. M. Lion & Rafael Sabatini. © 
Leon M. Lion, London. R 134922, Dec. 27, 1944. 

28 



Street singer; from the Spanish of Jose Echegaray, 
translated by J. G. Underhill. © John Garrett 
Underhill, Brooklyn. R 134158, Nov. 24, 1944. 

29 



Tailor-made man; by Harry James Smith, based on 
The well fitting dress coat, by Gabriel Dregely. 
© Edith Smith, St. Augustine. R 134411, Dec. 27, 
1944. 30 

Tempest (The) (Shakespeare's); edited by Joseph 
Wayne Barley. © J. W. Barley, Rolla, Mo. R 
134906, Jan. 4, 1945. 



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Tragedy of Hamlet, prince of Denmark; by William 
Shakespeare, edited by J. R. Crawford. © Jack 
Randall Crawford, New Haven. R 135063, Dec. 
13, 1944. 32 

Tunica (La) amarilla; original de Georges C. Hazel- 



ton, jr. y J. Harry Benrimo, traducida al Castellano 
por J. Benavente. © Jacinto Benavente, Madrid. 
R 134156, Nov. 24, 1944. 33 

Well fitting dress coat. See Tailor-made man. 



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CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Big bonanza. © Jan. 3, 1945; L 13080; Republic 
pictures corp. , New York. 822 

Big fat butterfly. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15602; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 823 

Big noise. © Aug. 10, 1944; L 13060; Twentieth 
century- Fox film corp., New York. 824 

Bobby the seal. © Jan. 22, 1945; M 15592; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 825 

Burning jungle. See Jungle queen. 

Cielito Undo. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15593; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

826 

Come with me my honey. © Feb. 5, 1945; M 15609; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 827 

Daffy drill. © Jan. 22, 1945; M 15590; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

828 

Dance your old age away. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15606; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 829 

Danger ship. See Jungle queen. 

Flaming mountain. See Jungle queen. 

Grissly's millions. © Dec. 30, 1944; L 13079; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 830 

Here come the co-eds; based on original story, by 
Edmund L. Hartmann. © Feb. 6, 1945; L 13070; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 831 

Here come the WAVES. © Dec. 15, 1944; L 13062; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 832 

Herr meets hare. © Dec. 26, 1944; M 15604; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 833 

Honey chile. © Jan. 29, 1945; M 15601; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

834 

How many hearts have you broken. © Jan. 29, 1945; 
M 15598; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 835 



I had but fifty cents. © Jan. 22, 1945; M 15591; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 836 



I want a piece of bottom land. © Jan. 29, 1945; M 
15599; Soundies distriubting corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 837 



Injun gal. © Jan. 22, 1945; M 15589; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, Inc.', Chicago. 

838 

Invitation to danger. See Jungle queen. 

Jungle queen. © Universal pictures co., Inc., New 
York. 839-844 

No. 1, Invitation to dangerl © Jan. 5, 1945; L 

13071. 
No. 2, Jungle sacrifice! © Jan. 5, 1945; L 13072. 
No. 3, The flaming mountain! © Jan. 5, 1945; 

L 13073. 
No. 4, Wildcat stampede! © Jan. 5, 1945; L 13074. 
No. 5, The burning jungle! © Jan. 5, 1945; L 

13075. 
No. 6, Danger ship! © Jan. 5, 1945; L 13076. 

Jungle sacrifice. See Jungle queen. 

Lake Placid serenade. © Dec. 13, 1944; L 13066; 
Republic pictures corp. , New York. 845 

Manhunt of Mystery Island; episodes 1-5. © Jan. 30, 
1945; L 13067; Republic pictures Corp., New York. 

846 

Memphis blues. © Jan. 29, 1945; M 15596; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, Inc. , Chicago. 847 

Ministry of fear; based on a novel, by Graham 
Greene. © Oct. 16, 1944; L 13063; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 848 

Mouse trouble. © Dec. 21, 1944; L 13083; Loew's, 
Inc., New York. 849 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 36-42. © Dec. 29, 1944, 
Jan. 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 1945; M 15612-15618; 
Movietonews, Inc., New York. 850-856 

News of the day; v. 16, nos. 227-236. © Dec. 13, 15, 
20, 22, 27, 29, 1944, Jan. 3, 5, 10, 12, 1945; M 
15620-15629; Hearst metrotone news, Inc., New 
York. 857-866 

Polar pest. © Dec. 20, 1944; L 13082; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 867 



Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15600; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, Inc., 
Chicago. 868 

Rhythm of the rhumba. © Dec. 27, 1944; M 15595; 
Vltaphone corp., New York. 869 

Sailor's hornpipe. © Feb. 5, 1945; M 15611; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

870 

Screwy truant. © Jan. 16, 1945; L 13064; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 871 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Sheriff of Las Vegas. © Dec. 12, 1944; L 13068; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 872 

Skyline stomp. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15597; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 873 

Speaking of animals; Who's who in Animal Land. © 
Jan. 19, 1945; M 15594; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 874 

Sweet Lorraine. © Jan. 22, 1945; ft 15588; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 875 

Sweet Sue. © Jan. 29, 1945; M 15610; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 876 

Te quiero para mi; inspirada en la novela, de.Luisa 
Maria Linares. © Nov. 26, 1944; L 13077; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 877 

Topeka terror. © Jan. 26, 1945; L 13065; Republic 
pictures Corp., New York. 878 

Tropical moon. © Feb. 5, 1945; M 15608; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 879 

Uncle Tom. © Feb. 5, 1945; M 15605; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 880 



Unruly hare. © Feb. 12, 1945; M 15619; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 881 

Unusual occupations; L 4-2. © Jan. 12, 1945; M 
15603; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 882 

When Asia speaks. © Nov. 17, 1944; M 15587; War- 
wick pictures, ..inc., New York. 883 

Who's who in Animal Land. See Speaking of animals. 

Wildcat stampede. See Jungle queen. 

Winged victory. © Dec. 20, 1044; L 13061; Twentieth 
century-Fox film Corp., New York. 884 

Wreck of the Old '97. © Feb. 5, 1945; M 15607; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 885 

Yankee Doodle donkey. © Oct. 27, 1944; L 13081; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 886 

Youth aflame. © Feb. 10, 1945; L 13078; Continental 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 887 

Zorro'sblack whip; episodes 7-12. © Dec. 26, 1944; 
L 13069; Republic pictures Corp., New York. 888 



Number of entries in class L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays • ■»— -- 63 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 128 

Total 191 



26 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 



All for a husband. © Twentieth century- Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 134934, Dec. 11, 1944. 1 

Blackmail. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 134950, 
Dec. 13, 1944. 2 

Branded soul. © Twentieth century- Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 134936, Dec. 11, 1944. 3 

Bridges burned; adapted by Wallace C. Clifton. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 134949, Dec. 13, 
1944. 4 

Cave man's buff. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
134942, Dec. 13, 1944. 5 

Clue from the Klondyke. See Great secret. 

Cupid's puzzle. See Great secret. 

End of the tour; from the story, by Earle Mitchell. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 134953, Dec. 13, 
1944. 6 

Great secret. 7-12 

Chap. 6, The dragon's den. R 134951, Dec. 13, 

1944. 
Chap. 7, The yellow claw. R 134955, Dec. 13, 

1944. 
Chap. 8, A clue from the Klondyke. R 134956, 

Dec. 13, 1944. 
Chap. 9, Cupid's puzzle. R 134958, Dec. 13, 1944. 
Chap. 10, The woman and the game. R 134959, 

Dec. 13, 1944. 
Chap. 11, A shot in the dark. R 134962, Dec. 13, 

1944. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. 

Her obsession. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
134957, Dec. 13, 1944. 13 

His perfect day. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
134944, Dec. 13, 1944. 14 

Married but single. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
134946, Dec. 13, 1944. 15 

Miss U. S. A. ©Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 134931, Dec. 11, 1944. 16 



One of many. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 134954, 
Dec. 13, 1944. 17 

Painted Madonna. © Twentieth century- Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 134933, Dec. 11, 1944. 18 

Pest © Loew's, inc., New York. R 134947, Dec. 
13, 1944. 19 

Pidgin Island. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 134941, 
Dec. 13, 1944. 20 

Promise; adapted from the book, by Fred }. Balshof er 
& Richard V. Spencer. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 134960, Jan. 9, 1945. 21 

Reliable Henry. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
134963, Dec. 13, 1944. 22 

Rose of blood. © Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 134932, Dec. 11, 1944. 23 

Secret of Eve; from the story, by Aaron Hoffman. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 134961, Dec. 13, 

1944. 24 

Shot in the dark. See Great secret. 

Threads of fate; from the story, by Richard Barry. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 134948, Jan. 9, 

1945. 25 

Treasure Island; adapted from the story, by Robert 
Louis Balfour Stevenson. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. R 134935, Dec. 11, 
1944. 26 

White raven; from the story, by Charles A. Logue, 
adapted by George D. Baker. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 134945, Dec. 13, 1944. 27 

Wife by proxy. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
134943, Dec. 13, 1944. 28 

Winning an heiress. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
134952, Dec. 13, 1944. 29 

Woman and the game. See Great secret. 

Yellow claw. See Great secret. 



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compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



(HI) 



CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Actor meets stooge. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 92814; 
John R. Mader, Logansport, Ind. 889 

Aloysius. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92628; John 
Victor Braillard, Paterson. 890 

Ambush. See Lone Ranger. 

Americans all; by Beulah Bailey Woolard. © Jan. 
20, 1945; D 92474; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, Richmond. 

891 

Angels in uniform; by Isaac Nissel [pseud, of I. 
Nisselbaum] © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1945; D 92466; Isaac 
Nisselbaum, Brooklyn. 892 

Another day; book by R. R. Stieff, music by Pris- 
cilla Stanton. [Text only] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; 
D 92489; Ruth Rollins Stieff, New York. 893 

April chase. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; D 92612; Edith 
Kendall Horton, West Los Angeles, Calif. & 
Dorothy Kendall Russell, New York. 894 

Artemise. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92552; Stark 
Young, New York. 895 

Ask Mabel. © 1 c. May 24, 1944; D 92565; Mabel 
Eagle South, South Bend, Ind. 896 

Attorney-at-law. See Zeb Winterbottom, esq. 

Auto-da-fe. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1945; D 92496; Tennes- 
see Williams, New York. 897 



Avis intercedes for Shebna. 
Hezekiah sequence. 



See Story of the Bible, 



Awakening at Four Corners; by Joe [i. e. J. W.] 
Phillips & Maxine Clark [pseud, of A. O. Phil- 
lips] © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; D 92661; Joseph W. 
Phillips & Amy Orent Phillips, Brooklyn. 898 

Axford cracks a case. See Green Hornet. 

B for Brenda. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; D 92435; Rob- 
ert E. Faherty & Norine Foley, Chicago. 899 

Bachelor haven. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; D 92595; 
Nathan Brisk Joseph, Reno, Nev. 900 

Balcony. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92721; Helene 
Heathcote Guild, New York. 901 

Barber shop forum, no. 1; audition script. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1945; D 92601; Samuel Hertzberg, New 
York. 902 

Barby and the Ten commandments. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1945; D 92585; Frances Stevens Weston, New 
York. 903 



Bargain paid for. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1945; D 92532; 
Dominic Francis Mendola, New York. 904 



Beautiful Nazi spy. See 
detective. 



Enoch Easton - demented 



Behind the guns; by Beulah Bailey Woolard. © Jan. 
10, 1943; D 92475; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, Richmond. 

905 

Betrothal announcement. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Big mace. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92735; Theodore 
A. Liebler, jr., Old Greenwich, Conn. 906 

Bit of doodling. See Green Hornet. 

Blind spot; by Joyce Hayward & R. Waldron. © 1 
c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92558; Robert Waldron, New 
York. 907 

Blood doesn't tell. [By] Elsie Austin. © Feb. 23, 
1945; D 92576; Natl, board of the Young 
women's Christian associations of the U. S., 
New York. 908 

Boaz the agrarian; by Jennie Charsky [i. e. J. C. 
Spivak] © Jan. 3, 1945; D 92439; Jennie Charsky 
Spivak, Denver. 909 

Bombs that missed; by G. Baker. © Feb. 25, 1945; 
D 92749; Gretta Baker & Natl, conference of 
Christians & Jews, New York. 910 

Bordenlilly's corner; by R. Powers [i. e. R. M.] 
Savage. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92468; Robert 
M. Savage, Peoria, 111. 911 

Boston tea party; book, lyrics & music by Aubrey 
[i. e. W. A.]Stauffer. © 1 c. text Jan. 29, 1945; 
© 1 c. lyrics & music Jan. 29, Mar. 6; D 76403; 
William Aubrey Stauffer, Hollywood, Calif. 912 

Brief fame of John Copper. See Shadow. 

By Gemini. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; D 92422; Reed 
Hutchins Spickers & John Dexter, Wyckoff, N. J. 

913 

Calling all girls club; by L. Kermit Lyons. © Call- 
ing all girls, inc., New York. 914-925 
Easter show. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92774. 

© 1 c. each Mar.'15, 1945; 



Program nos. 46-51. 

D 92669-92674. 
Program nos. 52-56. 

D 92769-92773. 



© 1 c. each Mar. 22, 1945; 



Calumet dance. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; 
Freeland F. Penney, Washington. 

Carmen. See Carmen Jones. 



92780; 
926 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Carmen Jones; based on Meilhac & Halevy's adap- 
tation of Prosper Merimee's Carmen, by Oscar 
Hammerstein, 2d. © Feb. 19, 1945; D 92517; 
Dorothy B. Hammerstein, New York. 927 

Carousel; based on Ferenc Molnar's Liliom, libret- 
to by O. Hammerstein, 2d, music by R. Rodgers. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1945; D 92437; Rich- 
ard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein, 2d, New 
York. 928 



Case of newspaper plot, 
counterspy. 



See David Harding - 



Case of poisoned beer. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of radio interference. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the flaming skull. See Shadow. 

Case of the German pressure group. See David 
Harding - counterspy. 

Case of the itinerant enemy agent. See David 
Harding - international agent. 

Case of the missing telephone; by James P.Prindle. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1945; D 92569; Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago. 929 



Case of the poison bread, 
counterspy. 



See David Harding - 



Case of the poison syringe. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the poisoned sugar. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the trinkets. See David Harding - counter- 
spy. 

Cat's ear; by Orlin Fox[pseud. of M. Pemberton] © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; D 92705; Murdock Pember- 
ton, New York. 930 

Cause for action. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1945; D 92807; 
Adeline M. Leitzbach & Benjamin W. Newman, 
New York. 931 

Charming, adorable Ninon. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1945; 
D 92485; Norbert Eisler Estey, Forest Hills, 
N. Y. 932 

Chase and Sanborn program; Jan. 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 
18, 1945. © 1 c. each Mar. 3, 1945; D 92533- 
92537; Edgar John Bergen, West Hollywood, 
Calif. 933-937 

Cherogee. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; D 92624; Arthur 
Nathan Stenning, Van Nuys, Calif. 938 

Chick Carter - boy detective; by Edward Langley. 
© Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

939-956 
Nos. 416-424, Feb. 6-9, 12-16, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 21, 1945; D 92410-92418. 
Nos. 425-433, Feb. 19-23, 26-Mar. 1, 1945. © 
1 c. each Mar. 8, 1945; D 92651-92659. 



Chump. See World without end. 

Confidences, invited; chap. 1. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1945; 
D 92515; Dorothy B. McCann, New York. 957 

Conquest of pain; Dec. 11, 1944, by Morton Wishen- 
grad. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92677; E. I. Du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 958 

Convicts. © Feb. 1, 1945; D 92471; Christopher La 
Farge, New York. 959 

Corliss Archer - star witness. See Meet Corliss 
Archer. 

Crazy revelation; by Vivian Martel. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1945; D 92700; Vivian Monteleone, Bayonne, 
N. J. 960 

Crime at Cold Harbor. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 961-965 
Nos. 238-240, Feb. 18, 25, Mar. 4, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 10, 1945; D 92581-92583. 
No. 241, Mar. 11, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; D 

92702. 
No. 242, Mar. 18, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; 

D 92779. 

Crystal ball; by Toby Hall[pseud. of P.B. Weisbrod] 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92722; Persis B. Weis- 
brod, La Mesa, Calif. 966 

Cupid thumbs his nose; or, Love by degrees. © 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1945; D 92732; William Rainey 
Morison, Santa Monica, Calif. 967 

Dan aids the Ranger. See Lone Ranger. 

Darktown silhouettes. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92487; 
Eugene C. Newton, New York. 968 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 
© Lord, inc., New York. 969-976 

Program no. 135, Case of the trinkets. © 1 c. 

Mar. 10, 1945; D 92614. 
Program no. 136, Case of the poison syringe. © 

1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 92615. 
Program no. 137, Case of the poison bread. © 

1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 93616. 
Program no. 138, Case of radio interference. © 

1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 92617. 
Program no. 139, Case of poisoned beer. © 1 c. 

Mar. 10, 1945; D 92618. 
Program no. 140, Case of newspaper plot. © 

1 c. Mar. 10, 1945;>D 92619. 
Program no. 141, Case of the poisoned sugar. 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 92598. 
Program no. 142, Case of the German pressure 

group. © }. c. Mar. 21, 1945; D 92753. 

David Harding - international agent; Case of the 
itinerant enemy agent, by Phillips H. Lcrd. © 
1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 92613; Lord, inc., New 
York. 977 



Death Valley 
New York. 
Episode no. 26, Feb 
1945; D 92544. 



sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., 

978-982 

15. 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 



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1016 



Episode no. 27, Feb. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 

1945; D 92530. 
Episode nos. 28-30, Mar. 1, 8, 15, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 15, 1945; D 92691-92693. 

Debt of honor. See Lone Ranger. 

Derby day. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; D 92736; Richard 
Sale, New York. 983 

Detachment from love; by R. Marko & Natica Morton 
[pseud, of F. Street] © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1945; D 
92776; Florence Street & Robert Marko, New 
York. 984 

Devils galore; by Eugene Vale. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1945; 
D 92428; Herman Weissman, New York. 985 

Dexter has a birthday. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Dilemma. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1945;D 92594; Lisa Par- 
nova, New York. 986 

Disappearing corpse. See Shadow. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

987-990 
Episode no. 325, Golden bells. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 

1945; D 92520. 
Episode no. 326, George Washington Jenks. © 

1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92688. 
Episode no. 327, From deep within. © 1 c. Mar. 

15, 1945; D 92689. 
Episode no. 328, The impatient patient. © 1 c. 

Mar. 15, 1945; D 92690. 

Doctor's wife. © Feb. 15, 1945; D 92666; Mabel L. 
Kirk, Compton, Calif. 991 

Dolly the dealer. See Lone Ranger. 

Double secret; dramatized by Cleveland Huffman, 
from a story by the same author. © 1 c. Mar. 
7, 1945; D 92645; Grover C.Huffman, New York. 

992 

Doughnut girl; Dec. 4, 1944, by Edith Sommer. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92676; E. I. Du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 993 

Easter in Bethany. © Feb. 15, 1945; D 92606; 
James William Sells, Jackson, Miss. 994 

Easter promise; text by Juanita Rosemon, music by 
I. H. Meredith. © Jan. 3, 1945; D 76401; Tullar- 
Meredith co., New York. 995 

Education triumphant; by J. Harvey Shue & Anna E. 
Reese. © Jan. 10, 1941; D 92477; Mrs. J. M. 
Woolard, Richmond. 996 

Elim. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92572; Thomas Mc- 
Evoy Patterson, Amarillo, Tex. 997 

Enoch Eaton - demented detective; continuity no. 1. 
The beautiful Nazi spy, by Jay Harrison [pseud, 
of J. H. Hunt] © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92405; 
James Harrison Hunt, Detroit. 998 

Face of death. See Shadow. 



Face value; by Nona Long[i. e. N. L. Smyth] © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1945; D 92734; Nona Long Smyth, Hol- 
liston, Mass. 999 

Factory facts and bedroom fancies; by BruceHenry. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92567; Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago. 1000 

Fantastic Mr. Bottomley. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 
92727; James Petter & Irma Keith, New York. 

1001 

Feed bag. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1945; D 92646; William 
Lee Ballenger, Chicago. 1002 

Feeling no pain; [or, Shock treatment] by W. C. 
Banta, jr. & Walter Wines. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; 
D 92813; William C. Banta, jr., Arlington, Va. 

1003 

Fence and frenzy. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1945; D 92603; 
Oliver Kaufman, Chicago. 1004 

Fibber McGee and Molly; Feb. 6, 1945, by Don 
Quinn & Phil Leslie. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 
92632; S. C. Johnson & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

1005 

Finney's promise. See Lone Ranger. 

Fire in the parlor. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1945; D 92602; 
Oliver Kaufman, Chicago. 1006 

Five day pass. See Grand hotel. 

Flame in the mist. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; D 92715; 
George Lewis Watson, Toronto. 1007 

Flamingo road. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92767; 
Sally Wilder & Robert Wilder, Bayside, L. I., 
N. Y. 1008 

Flat and a sharp; by Ian Hay [pseud, of John Hay 
Beith] © Dec. 31, 1944; D 92789; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 1009 

Flight command. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92406; 
Lisle T. Lipscomb, Chevy Chase, Md. 1010 

Flugel street, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 92599; 
Billy K. Wells, New York. 1011 

For the life of Riley; by John Shubert. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1945; D 92553; Select operating Corp., New 
York. 1012 

For whom the bell tolls. See Lux radio theatre. 

Four rings of death. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Frank Sinatra program; Dec. 18, 25, 1944, by J. 
Walter Thompson co. © 1 c. each Feb. 22, 1945; 
D 92457, 92458; Lever bros. co., Cambridge, 
Mass. 1013, 1014 

Fraternally yours. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 92575; 
Caspar H. Nannes, Washington. 1015 

Freak of nature; by August Serment [pseud, of V. 
Bolhovitinova] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; D 92438; 
Valentina Bolhovitinova, New York. 1016 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Freedom forever; by Beulah Bailey Woolard. © 
Jan. 21, 1942; D 92476; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, Rich- 
mond. 1017 

From deep within. See Dr. Christian. 

Fugitive; by Lewis Beach [i. e. E. L. Beach, jr.] © 
1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; D 92547; Emmet Lewis Beach, 
jr., Saginaw, Mich. 1018 

G. I. sweetheart. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; D 92551; 
Oscar Kanny, New York. 1019 

Gass family. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; D 92590; 
M. Courtney Dillon & Robert R. Hershman, 
Washington. 1020 

Gentleman caller. See Glass menagerie. 

George Washington Jenks. See Dr. Christian. 

Girl from New York. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92556; 
Josephine Pearson, New York. 1021 

Glass menagerie; or, The gentleman caller. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1945; D 92631; Tennessee Williams, 
New York. 1022 

Glorious girl; by Robert Travis. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1945; D 92694; Robert W. Ramirez, Los Angeles. 

1023 

Golden bells. See Dr. Christian. 

Golden plume. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; D 92442; Hazel 
Jean Kirk & Margaret Todd Kennedy, New York. 

1024 

Gracie Fields show; Nov. 14, Dec. 9, 1944, Jan; 16, 
1945. © 1 c. each Feb. 12, 1945;D92683-'92685; 
Radio enterprises, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. 

1025-1027 

Graduate's seven guides; by Beulah Bailey Woolard. 
© Jan. 10, 1930; D 92481; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, 
Richmond. 1028 

Grand hotel. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

1029-1031 
Feb. 17, 1945, Murder with a bustle, by Charles 

F. Wilde. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92522. 
Mar. 3, 1945, a message to Marsha, by Jean 
Stout Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1945; D 92738. 
Mar. 10, 1945, Five day pass, by Anthony Wayne. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1945; D 92731. 

Graveyard at sea. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1945; D 92748; 
Dorothy M. Sewell, Chicago. 1032 

Great detective. See Green Hornet. 

Great Gildersleeve; nos. 155, 156, by John Whedonfe 
Sam Moore. © 1 c. each Mar. 13, 1945; D 92633, 
92634; Kraft cheese'co., Chicago. 1033, 1034 

Greatest of these; by Robert Bice. © All-Canada 
radio facilities, ltd., Toronto. 1035, 1036 

No. 8, The long road. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 

92742. 
No. 12, Hope cottage. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 

92743. 



Green Hornet. © Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

1037-1042 
No. 683, Purely for pleasure, by Trendle & Leo 

Boulette. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92499. 
No. 684, Heroes are born, by Trendle & Beattie. 

© 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92500. 
No. 685, The great detective, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92501. 
No. 686, A bit of doodling, by Trendle & Beattie. 

© 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92502. 
No. 687, What a life, by Trendle & Beattie. © 

1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92503. 
No. 688, Axford cracks a case, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92504. 

Green shutters; by William Dinner & William Morum. 
© Nov. 9, 1944; D 92798; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1043 



Growing up pains. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Guest flag. See Live -forever Liz. 

Happy ending. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; D 92703; 
George P. Roland, Albany. 1044 

Happy time; adapted from the novel by R. Fontaine. 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92668; Robert Fontaine, 
Springfield, Mass. 1045 

Hark-hark. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92545; Ellen 
Rose Dickey, New York. , 1046 

Haywire Shakespeare; by F. A. Carter. © Dec. 31, 
1944; D 92790; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1047 

Hell woman; by Blanche Alverdi. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1945; D 92434; Alverdi Blanche Cramer, Chi- 
cago. 1048 

Hello, psychiatric. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 92574; 
Richard Anderson Dana, Forest Hills, N. Y. 

1049 

Henry VHI and Catherine Howard; by Hjalmar Mei- 
dell, translated from the Norwegian by A. R. 
Sawyer. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92718; Astrid 
Rosing Sawyer, Chicago. 1050 

Her social circle. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1944; D 92717; 
Sara Cowley-Brown, Chicago. 1051 

Heroes are born. See Green Hornet. 

Heroic mould; by William Templeton Law. © Dec. 
31, 1944; D 92791; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1052 

Hezekiah's defiance. See Story of the Bible, Heze- 
kiah sequence. 

Hezekiah's return. See Story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

Hi, pop; audition script. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; D 
92701; Dean Fiske Coffin, Birmingham, Mich. 

1053 

Hills of home. See Lone Ranger. 






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1103 



Hocus-pocus. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; D 92662; Neal 
Harper, Brooklyn. 1054 

Holster heritage. See Lone Ranger. 

Honeymoon blitz. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92467; 
Delma Jacobs, Glendale, Calif. 1055 

Honorable discharge. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 
92679; Lee Leonard Garling, Alexandria, Va. 

1056 

Hope cottage. See Greatest of these. 

Hound of the Haskervilles. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; 
D 92716; Phillip A. Duncan, Lowell. 1057 

I call 'em buddies; by G. Baker. © Jan. 10, 1945; D 
92643; Gretta Baker & Natl, conference of 
Christians & Jews, New York. 1058 

I never left home. See Lux radio theatre. 

I want you to like each other. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1945; 
D 92747; Ruth Herschberger, New York. 1059 

Impatient patient. See Dr. Christian. 

In my heyday. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92681; 
Andrae B. Nordskog, Los Angeles. 1060 

International counterfeiters. See Rogues gallery. 

Iroquois march. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; D 92781; 
Freeland F. Penney, Washington. 1061 

Island interlude. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; D 92782; 
John League Oberg, Los Angeles. 1062 

It's all in your head; by Charles Quimby Burdette. 
© Feb. 3, 1945; D 92473; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, 111. 1063 

Jack and the beanstalk; radio script, based on old 
Englishfairy tale. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92763; 
Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Memphis, Tenn. 1064 

Jane steps out; by Kenneth Home. © Jan. 1, 1945; D 
92796; Samuel French, ltd., London. 1065 

January thaw. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92744; Ken- 
yon Nicholson, Stockton, N. J. & Charles Robin- 
son, New York. 1066 

Jephthab's daughter; text & music by H. M. Gill. © 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1945; D 76398; Howard Moody Gill, 
Vallejo, Calif. 1067 

Jimmy and the Golden rule. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 
92587; Frances Stevens Weston, New York. 1068 

Jimmy and the Sermon on the Mount. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1945; D 92586; Frances Stevens Weston, New 
York. 1069 

Job makers; by Steven K. James [pseud, of C. A. 
Seltzer, jr.] © Charles A. Seltzer, jr., Cleve- 
land. 1070-1076 
Nos. 2, 3, Feb. 10, 17, 1945. © 1 c. each Mar. 

5, 1945; D 92610, 92611. 
Nos. 4, 5, Feb. 24, Mar. 3, 1945. © 1 c. each 

Mar. 2, 1945; D 92525, 92526. 



Nos. 6-8, Mar. 10, 17, 24, 1945. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 23, 1945; D 92801-92803. 

Johnny comes home. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92724; 
Haven Hubbard, New York. 1077 

Julie's rainbow; by Fred [i. e. J. F.] Ballard. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1945; D 92723; John Frederick Ballard, 
Lincoln, Neb. 1078 

Junk dealer. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 92741; Erna 
Wedeman, New York. 1079 

Kid keeps a promise. See Lone Ranger. 

King Cole's old woman in the shoe; by Ruth Carmen 
[pseud, of L. WaycottJ © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; D 
92622; Lottie Waycott, New York. 1080 

King of the hills; by Ruth Carmen [pseud, of L. 
Waycott] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; D 92623; Lottie 
Waycott, New York. 1081 

Kingdom offenders. © Feb. 15, 1945; D 92665; 
Mabel L. Kirk, Compton, Calif. 1082 

Kraft music hall; Dec. 14, 21, 27, 1944, Jan. 4, 11, 
18, 25, Feb. 1, 8, 1945; by J. Walter Thompson 
co. © 1 c. each Feb. 22, 1945; D 92448-92456; 
Kraft cheese co., inc., Chicago. 1083-1091 

Ladies, bums and dogs. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 
92540; Richard Reich, New York. 1092 

Lady in the dark. See Lux radio theatre. 

Land of promise. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; D 92591; 
Congregation Beth-El, San Antonio. 1093 

Last American. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; D 92498; 
Petronio DiLeo, North Bergen, N. J. 1094 

Laura. See Lux radio theatre. 

Law of the wilderness. See Soangataha. 

Legally yours. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; D 92800; 
Germaine Fields & Mildred Victor, New York. 

1095 

Let the stars fall. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 92588; 
Lawrence Rising, New York. 1096 

Life can be beautiful; by Carl Bixby & Don Becker. 
© Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

1097, 1098 
Episode no. 1669. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; D 92424. 
Episode no. 1688. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92697. 

Life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, Hollywood, Calif. 

1099-1103 
Script no. 58, Feb. 18, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 

1945; D 92421. 
Script no. 59, Feb. 25, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 

1945; D 92523. 
Script no. 60, Mar. 4, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 

1945; D 92580. 
Script no. 61, Mar. 11, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 

1945; D 92729. 
Script no. 62, Mar. 18, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 

1945; D 92805. 



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11H4_ 



Like father, like son. © Feb. 15, 1945; D 92667; 
Mabel L. Kirk, Compton, Calif. 1104 

Liliom. See Carousel. 

Lily; by Ole Lind [pseud, of T. Rosenberg] © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1945; D 92809; Theresa Rosenberg, New 
York. 1105 

Lion cage. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 92682; Gladys 
Irvine, Los Angeles. 1106 

Little Black Sambo; by Agnes Curren Hamm. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; D 92398; Tower press, Milwaukee. 

1107 

Live-forever Liz; or, The guest flag, by Margot 
Case Hale & D. E. Hanlon. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1945; 
D 92539; Daniel E. Hanlon, New York. 

1108 

Living fire. © Feb. 6, 1945; D 92577; George K. 
Foye, Indian Rocks, Fla. 1109 

Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

1110-1122 
No. 1853-1073, Ambush, by Trendle & Leo 

Boulette. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92505. 
No. 1854-1074, Dolly the dealer, by Trendle & 

Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92506. 
No. 1855-1075, Pop's barometer, by Trendle & 

Bob Green. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92507. 
No. 1856-1076, Six-gun souvenir, by Trendle & 

Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92508. 
No. 1857-1077, The Kid keeps a promise, by 

Trendle & Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 

1945; D 92509. 
No. 1858-1078, Debt of honor, by Trendle & 

Fran Striker. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92510. 
No. 1859-1079, The talisman of Taos, by Trendle 

& Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 

92511. 
No. 1860-1080, Finney's promise, by Trendle & 

Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92512. 
No. 1861-1081, Dan aids the Ranger, by Trendle 

& Felix Holt. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92560. 
No. 1862-1082, A present for Janey, by Trendle 

& Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 

92561. 
No. 1863-1083, A racer of turtles, by Trendle & 

Felix Holt. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92562. 
No. 1864-1084, Hills of home, by Trendle & Fran 

Striker. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92563. 
No. 1865-1085, Holster heritage, by Trendle & 

Leo Boulette. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92564. 

Lonesome man; book by Katherine K. Strouth & 
William C. Beyer, lyrics by J. C. Strouth & 
George Powell Kendrick, music by J. C. Strouth. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1945; D 92492; James 
C. Strouth, Tulsa, Okl. 1123 

Lonesome train; text by Millard Lampell, music by 
Earl Robinson. © Jan. 22, 1945; D 76400; Sun 
music co., inc., New York. 1124 

Long live the president. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 
92746; Martin Arostegui, New York. 1125 

Long road. See Greatest of these. 

Love by degrees, gee Cupid thumbs his nose. 



pt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



Loving wife. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; D 92446; M. 
Wesley Edson, New York. 1126 

Loyalty to the prince. See Story of the Bible, Heze- 
kiah sequence. 

Lux radio theatre; by J. Walter Thompson co. © 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 

1127-1133 
Jan. 1, 15, 22, 1945. © 1 c. each Feb. 22, 1945; 

D 92459-92461. 
Jan. 8, 1945, I never left home. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 

1945; D 92462. 
Jan. 29, 1945, Lady in the dark. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 

1945; D 92465. 
Feb. 5, 1945, Laura. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 

92464. 
Feb. 12, 1945, For whom the bell tolls. © 1 c. 

Feb. 22, 1945; D 92463. 

Macbeth; adapted from the play by William Shake- 
speare. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; D 92663; David 
S. Bradley, Winnetka, III. 1134 

Magnificent heel. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92557; 
Constance O'Hara, Philadelphia. 1135 

Maiden voyage. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1945; D 92750; 
Frances E. Drake, Austin, Minn. 1136 

Maidens wanted. See Mercer girls. 

Man behind the statue. © 1 c. Mar. L2, 1945; D 
92766; Peter Ustinov, London. 1137 

Man from Boot Hill. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 92573; 
Charles Jonathan Long, Hornell, N. Y. 1138 

Man with the lovely veins; based on a sketch of same 
title. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; D 92549; Percy Na- 
thaniel Jacobson, Westmount, Que., Canada. 

1139 

Manhattan at five. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 92589; 
Margaret Wright, Lewiston, N. Y. 1140 

March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

1141-1145 
Feb. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; D 92447. 
Mar. 1, 1945. © 1 c. MaT. 4, 1945; D 92546. 
Mar. 8, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1945; D 92600. 
Mar. 15, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92725. 
Mar. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; D 92804. 

Marked for life. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1945; D 92714; 
Charles Herbert Martin, New York. 1146 

Marriage fever; by Holly Hustan [pseud, of A. 
Willis] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; D 92429; Arlene 
Willis, Hollywood, Calif. 1147 

Marrying Merry Bell; by Mrs. Thomas C. [i. e. V.] 
Ford. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1945; D 92765; Vera 
Ford, Chicago Heights, III. 1148 

Mary and the rainbow. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 
92584; Frances Stevens Weston, New York. 

1149 

Masterpiece; by Margot Case Hale & D. E. Hanlon. 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; D 92570; Daniel E. Hanlon, 
New York. 115 ° 



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n o. 3. 1945 



Medium rare. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92469; Clif- 
ford M. Crist. Montgomery, N. Y. & Shirley 
Wayne, Kennett Square, Pa. 1151 

Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 1152-1157 

Episode 54, Raymond and the grim reaper. © 

1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92635. 
' Episode 55, Woman of the world. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 

1945; D 92636. 
Episode 56, Dexter has a birthday. © 1 c. Mar. 

13, 1945; D 92637. 
Episode 57, Growing up pains. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 

1945; D 92638. ' 
Episode 58, A star isn't born. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 

1945; D 92639. 
Episode 59, Corliss Archer - star witness. © 

1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92640. 

Mercer girls; by Conrad Seiler, based on the story, 
Maidens wanted, by C. Seiler. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1945; D 92605; Frank Paul Orsattl, Los Angeles. 

1158 

Message to Marsha. See Grand hotel. 

Mind over murder. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Miracle on the Pullman. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 
92555; Ben Hecht, Nyack, N. Y. 1159 

Miss Haley's husband. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1945; D 
92760; Edwin Milford Stofle, Berkeley, Calif. 

1160 

Monarca. See Soangataha. 

More love, brother; by Miriam Anne Cramer. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1945; D 92704; Western reserve 
university, Cleveland. 1161 

Mother Goose. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1945; D 92445; 
Clemmon May Brown, Baltimore. 1162 

Mother Goose bandit. See Shadow. 

Mother to love; text & music by M. A. Dutkiewicz 
& M. J. Krolak. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 76402; 
Marie Angela Dutkiewicz, Newcastle, Pa. & Mary 
Josephine Krolak, Ambler, Pa. 1163 

Mud show. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1945; D 92597; Billy 
Bryant, Point Pleasant, W. Va. 1164 

Murder with a bustle. See Grand hotel. 

Murderer presides; by Claire Read [pseud, of C. H. 
Davis] © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92543; Claire H. 
Davis, New York. 1165 

My soldier's returning. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1944; D 
92609; Allene Gertrude Dowd, Elmwood Park, 
III. 1166 

Mystic heart. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; D 92778; Caro- 
lyn Barbour Le Galyon, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 

1167 

Naamon of Syria. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92514; 
Dorothea R Goodwin, Newark, N. J. 1168 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the missing John 
Doe. See Return of Nick Carter. 



1184 



Nick Carter and the mystery of the murdered scien- 
tist. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the Tory Island 
murders. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the Vedanta killings. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nothing in common. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1945; D 92531; 
Archie LeRoy Taylor, jr. & George Alexander 
Jarvin, Denver. 1169 

One hundred and sixty- eight steps. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1945; D 92430; Calvin Cottam, Los Angeles. 

1170 

Orchids for glamour; by Imogene Cook. © Feb. 17, 
1945; D 92578; Penn play co., Philadelphia. 

1171 

Ostrich; by Margery Williams [i. e. M. W. Dare] 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92757; Margery Wil- 
liams Dare, Chicago. 1172 

Ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1945; D 92815; Paul Rosenfeld, 
New York. 1173 

Out of the past; by Beulah Bailey Woolard. © Jan. 
6, 1933; D 92479; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, Richmond. 

1174 

Out where the West begins; by Margot Case Hale & 
D. E. Hanlon. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1945; D 92593; 
Daniel E. Hanlon, New York. 1175 

Overnight guests; by Walter Hackett. © Mar. 1, 
1945; D 92642; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1176 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; by Leston Huntley & 
Henry Selinger. © Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1177, 1178 
Continuity no. 3005. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; D 

92423. 
Continuity no. 3026. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 

92699. 

Panto patches; by Harold Simpson & Roy D'Arcy 
Richards. © Dec. 6, 1944; D 92788; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1179 

Peace without victory. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 
92730; Mary Carroll Gore, Baltimore. 

1180 

Penny fancy; Jan. 22, 1945, by Hubert V. Chain. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92678; E. I. Du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 1181 

Pep parade. [By Jay Tobias] © Feb. 1, 1945; D 
92440; Empire producing co., Kansas City, Mo. 

1182 

Perfume and tears. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92486; 
Van Knickerbocker, New York. 1183 

Peril at End House; from a novel,- by Agatha 
Christie, adapted by Arnold Ridley. © Feb. 13, 
1945; D 92795; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1184 



35 



1185 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Pesach streamlined; with incidental music & a com- 
plete director's aide. © Feb. 26, 1945; D 92472; 
Celia Plotkin & Seymour Nulman, New York. 

1185 

Peter Rabbit; radio script, based on old folk tale of 
same title. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92762; El- 
len Anna Reisewitz, Memphis, Tenn. 1186 

Pirate Island; text & music by Josephine D. Fryer. 
© Jan. 22, 1945; D 76396; Banner play bureau, 
inc., San Francisco. 1187 

Pirates' gold; by Beulah Bailey Woolard. © Jan. 6, 
1933; D 92478; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, Richmond. 

1188 

Plays without footlights; edited by Esther E. Gal- 
braith. © Feb. 28, 1945; A 186550; Harcourt, 
Brace & co., inc., New York. 1189 

Poison with a past. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Pop's barometer. See Lone Ranger. 

Present for Janey. See Lone Ranger. 

Prince Otto; based on Robert Louis Stevenson's 
novel, book & lyrics by K. Foss, music by Hu- 
bert J. Foss. [Text only] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; 
D 92441; Kenelm Foss, London. 1190 

Private street. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92436; Elsa 
Shelley, New York. 1191 

Project (The); by Bernard Matthew, adapted from 
the story, Uncle's dream, by Fyodor Dostoiev- 
sky. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92433; Bernard 
Matthew Ginsburg, New York. 1192 

Promised land. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92629; 
Joseph Klein, Washington. 1193 

Pure follies; by Norman B. Terry. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1945; D 92568; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 1194 

Purely for pleasure. See Green Hornet. 

Pygmalion and the statue; book & music by S. 
Schwartzenstein. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1944- D 76405; 
Sigmund Schwartzenstein, Brooklyn. 1195 

Race for Lennie; Jan. 29, 1945, by Morton Wishen- 
grad. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92675; E. I. Du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 1196 

Racer of turtles. See Lone Ranger. 

Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 

1197-1199 
Feb. 20, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1945; D 92444. 
Mar. 6, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; D 92625. 
Mar. 13, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 92739. 

Raymond and the grim reaper. See Meet Corliss 
Archer. 

Ready room. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 92811; Frank 
WHber Wead, West Los Angeles, Calif. 1200 



Replacement mother; by Romney [i. e. M. R. ]Thorup. 
© 1 C Mar. 6, 1945; D 92592; Melvin Romney 
Thorup, Los Angeles. 1201 

Report to the nation; Dec. 30, 1944, Jan. 6, 13, 20, 
27, Feb. 3, 17, 24, 1945 [by Bill Slocum, ir. & 
Margaret Miller] © Jan, 16, 18, 30, Feb. 6, 14, 
Mar. 6, 14, 1945; D 92706-92713; Columbia 
broadcasting system, inc., New York. 

1202-1209 

Reservations, in advance. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 
92524; George Tarrant Latshaw, New Haven. 

1210 

Return of Nick Carter; by Jock MacGregor. © 

Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

1211-1214 

Feb. 11, 1945, Crime at Cold Harbor; or, Nick 
Carter and the mystery of the murdered 
scientist. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92408. 

Feb. 18, 1945, Mind over murder; or, Nick 
Carter and the mystery of the missing John 
Doe. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92409. 

Feb. 25, 1945, Four rings of death; or, Nick 
Carter and the mystery of the Tory Island 
murders. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92649. 

Mar. 4, 1945, Poison with a past; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the Vedanta killings. © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92650. 

Rien ne se perd. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; D 92491; 
Maurice Maeterlinck, New York. 1215 

Right to happiness; by John M. Young. © Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1216, 1217 

Episode no. 1363. 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; D 92426 
Episode no. 1391. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92696. 

Rim of the cup; by E. S. Isaacs & Charles 
Leonard. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92720; 
Edith Somborn Isaacs & Charles Leonard Ap- 
pleton, New York. 1218 

Road of life; by Howard Teichmann. © Procter & 



Gamble co., Cincinnati. 
Episode no. 1908. © 1 

92427. 
Episode no. 1938. © 1 

92698. 



1219, 1220 
c. Feb. 23, 1945; D 

c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 



Rogues gallery; episode no. 1, International counter- 
feiters. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; D 92806; Edmund 
J. Holden, North Hollywood, Calif. 1221 

Rovery rady. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92719-; 
Martin Kaufman, New York. 1222 

Rumplestiltskin; radio script, based on old fairy 
tale of same title. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 
92764; Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Memphis, Tenn. 

1223 

Sails of romance; text & music by C. Piatt & I. B. 
Milne. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; D 76404; Cal Piatt 
& Idelle B. Milne, Monsey, N. Y. 1224 

Salute the last. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92759; 
Eugene Leuchtman, New York. 1225 

Salvo. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1945; D 92644; Sidney Green, 
A. P.O. 520, New York. 1226 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



1266 



Sam-Louise-Oscar-the Orient; by Edward Parson 
[pseud, of S. Follari] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1945; D 
92482; Salvatore Follari, New Haven. 1227 

Samuel Marko, doctor of laughter and smiles pro- 
gram; by Samuel Marko. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1945; 
D 92604; Samuel Moskowitz, Philadelphia. 1228 

Saturday night. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1945; D 92493; James 
Hagan & Sadie Hagan, New York. 1229 

Second chance. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 92754; Jo- 
seph Ruscoll, Woodside, N. Y. 1230 

Seniors at the bar; by Beulah Bailey Woolard. © 
Jan. 3, 1931; D 92480; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, Rich- 
mond. 1231 

Servant of the duchy. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; D 
92808; Dennis DeWitt Brane, Los Angeles. 1232 

Shadow. © Street & Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 1233-1237 

Feb. 11, 1945, The face of death, by Alfred 

Bester. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1945; D 92407. 
Feb. 25, 1945, The disappearing corpse, by 

Stedman Coles. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92648. 
Mar. 4, 1945, The Mother Goose bandit, by Al- 

• fred Bester. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92647. 
Mar. 11, 1945, The brief fame of John Copper, by 

Alfred Bester. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 

92751. 
Mar. 18, 1945, The case of the flaming skull, by 

Alfred Bester. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 

92752. 

Shadow and substance. © Nov. 6, 1944; D 92793; 
Paul Vincent Carroll, Glasgow. 1238 

Shakespeare writes The peace. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1945; D 92733; Philir Brunell, New York. 1239 

She follows me about. © Feb. 13, 1945; D 92794; 
Ben Travers, London. 1240 

Shebna accuses Hezekiah. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Shebna's ultimatum. See Story of the Bible, Heze- 
kiah sequence. 

Shepherd Cristobal. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92494; 
Ariadna Mikeshina, New York. 1241 

Shock treatment. See Feeling no pain. 

Sigh for Delta psi. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; D 92596; 
David J. Kennedy, San Diego, Calif. 1242 

Sinners and saints. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 92579; 
Otto Shafter, Los Angeles. 1243 

Six-gun souvenir. See Lone Ranger. 

Skeleton walks; by Felicia Metcalfe. © Feb. 24, 
1945; D 92518; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 1244 

Sleeping beauty pantomime; by Gertrude Jennings. 
© Dec. 1, 1944; D 92792; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1245 



Slightly out-of-bounds. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 
92527; Aaron A. Goldman, Washington. 1246 

Small one. © Dec. 1, 1944; D 92607; Charles Taze- 
well, Burbank, Calif. 1247 

Smile, brethren, smile. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1945; D 
92566; Louis Smith, New York. 1248 

Snow treasure; from the book of the same title, by 
Marie McSwigan, adapted for the stage by B. 
Lewis. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92627; Beatrice 
Lewis, Pittsburgh. 1249 

Soangataha; screenplay by S. Pembroke, from an 
idea, Law of the wilderness, by Yakima Canutt, 
and a story, Monarca, by S. Pembroke. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1945; D 92777; Scott Pembroke, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1250 

Sound of hunting. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 92745; 
Harry Brown, London. 1251 

Star isn't born. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Story of the Bible, Hezekiah sequence; by Katharine 
Seymour & Adele Seymour. © General mills, 
inc., Minneapolis. 1252-1258 

Avis intercedes for Shebna. ©Feb. 20, 1945; D 

92783. 
The betrothal announcement. © Mar. 3, 1945; D 

92785. 
Hezekiah's defiance. © Mar. 12, 1945; D 92787. 
Hezekiah's return. © Feb. 1, 1945; D 92420. 
Loyalty to the prince. © Feb. 1, 1945; D 92419. 
Shebna accuses Hezekiah. *© Feb. 20, 1945; D 

92784. 
Shebna's ultimatum. © Mar. 12, 1945; D 92786. 

Strange harbor. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; D 92630; 
Carol Warner Gluck & Manya Garbat, New York. 

1259 

Strangest kind of romance. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1945; D 
92497; Tennessee Williams, New York. 1260 

Strictly matrimonial. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; D 92756; 
Helen Kingsley Colby, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

1261 

Stripes and Stardust; WAC musical revue. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1945; D 76397; Arline Beverly Leavitt, 
New York. 1262 

Submarine. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92404; George 
Francis Lowther, Scarsdale, N. Y. 1263 

Sweet Auburn. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1945; D 92443; 
Milton N. Lomask & Whitford Kane, New York. 

1264 

Sweet city; by Jack H. Gordun. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; 
D 92768; Jacob Harris Gordon, Maiden, Mass. 

1265 

Take my advice; by Mark Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1945; D 92490; Jacob Tullen, Philadelphia. 1266 

Talisman of Taos. See Lone Ranger. 



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Dt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



Teammates. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1945; D 92550; Leon 
Morse & Seymour Schonfeld, New York. 

1267 

That bridge trick. See Wotaws. 

There is my home; by Emerson [1. e. W. E.] Burke. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1945; D 92810; William Emerson 
Burke, Chappaqua, N. Y. 1268 

They flew through sand; by George W. Houghton. © 
Dec. 1 1944; D 92797; Samuel French, Ltd., 
London. 1269 

They're off. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1945; D 92554; Leonard 
Collins, New York. 1270 

Through the eye of a needle; by Richard Lawrence 
[pseud, of W. F. Matters] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1945; 
D 92218; William Francis Matters, Whitestone, 
N. Y. 1271 

Thunder landscape. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92529; 
Stewart Stern, New York. 1272 

Tiger's child; by Franklin Charles. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1945; D 92608; Charles Franklin Johnston, Toron- 
to. x 1273 

Tin Pan Alley of the air. © Timothy T. Morrow, 
Chicago. 1274-1276 

Jan. 20, 27, 1945. © 1 c. each Feb. 1< 1945; D 

92483, 92484. 
Feb. 24, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1945; D 92488. 

To hell with grandpa; by Peggy Pltou. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1945; D 92541; Peggy Pltou Gerlng, Bayslde, 
L. I., N. Y. 1277 

Toastles time; by Benton & Bowles, Inc. © General 
foods corp., New York. 1278-1280 

Feb. 4, 1945. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92519. 
Feb. 11, 25, 1945. © 1 c. each Mar. 14, 1945; D 
92686, 92687. 

Toohey the talker; continuity no. .1. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1945; D 92278; Billy K. Wells, New York. 

1281 

Toymaker and the haunted shop. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1945; D 92548; Barbara Foley & Lee Foley, 
Seattle. 1282 

Tracery. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92431; Horace 
Jackson, Los Angeles. 1283 

Treasure Island. See We're off to Treasure Island. 

Trip on a broomstick; radio script. © 1 c.Mar. 22, 
1945; D 92761; Ellen Anna Relsewltz, Memphis, 
Tenn. 1284 



27 wagons full of cotton. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1945; D 
92495; Tennessee Williams, New York. 1285 

Two sons are born. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 92680; 
Gertrude Prentiss, Los Angeles. 1286 

Tzigane. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1945; D 92559; Libbie 
Goodrich, Elizabeth, N. J. 1287 

Uncle's dream, gee Project (The) 



Und morgen die ganze welt; von James Gow&Arnaud 
D ' Usseau, deutsche bearbeitung von Kurt He llmer . 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 92740; Continental play 
co., inc., New York. 1288 

Understanding heart. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 
92737; Imogene B. Wolcott, New York. 

1289 

Unusual story of Herble. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1945; D 
92620; Anne Nichols & Alford Van Ronkel, New 
York. 1290 

Vitamins. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92432; Marion 
Forster Gilmore, Hollywood, Calif. 1291 

Voice of Nostradamus, the great seer; first of a 
series. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92528; Julius Jay 
Perlmutter, New York. 1292 

WLW stock company; Mar. 16, 1945, by Don Nell. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1945; D 92775; Crosley Corp., 
Cincinnati. 1293 

Way to go home. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92516; 
Howard Smith Southgate, New York. 1294 

Week end; by Robert Lynn [pseud, of R. P. Lough- 
rey] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1945; D 92542; Robert 
Patrick Loughrey, Forest Hills, N. Y. 

1295 

Well of the Magi. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1945; D 92799; 
Alice Ella Sherman, Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

1296 

We're off to Treasure Island; based on R. L. Steven- 
son's story of Treasure Island, text, lyrics & 
music by Frances Klenett [i. e. F. K. Salzmanj 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 76399; Frances Klenett 
Salzman, St. Albans, N. Y. 1297 

What a life. See Green Hornet. 

What the Sam Hill; audition script. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1945; D 92728; Ray Harvey, Flushing, N. Y. 

1298 

What will the neighbors think. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1945; 
D 92538; B. Deborah Biddle, Chicago. 1299 

White morning. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92626; 
James R. Broughton, New York. 1300 

Who stole the sheep. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 92513; 
Marlon LeDoux Thornton, Los Angeles. 

t 1301 

William Penn and the Ulstermen; by Marcus Bach. 
© Mar. 1, 1945; D 92641; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1302 

Winter harvest. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945, D 92664; 
Lester Cole & Brian Marlow, North Hollywood, 
Calif. 1303 

Woman of America; by Doria Folliott. © Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1304, 1305 

Episode no. 522. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1945; D 92425. 
Episode no. 533. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 92695. 

Woman of the world. 3§e Meet Corliss Archer. 



38 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1945 



1310 



World without end; or, The chump. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1945; D 92812; Russell Greenhill, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1306 

Wotaws; episode no. 7, That bridge trick. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1945; D 92571; Helen F. Meagher, Chi- 
cago. 1307 

Yankee Doodle's guests. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 
92726; Catherine Ellis Wilkinson, Newark, N. J. 

1308 



Ye shall be my people; by Fred Eastman. © Feb. 
21, 1945; D 92470; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1309 

Zeb Winterbottom, esq.; or, Attorney-at-law 1 . © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92758; John Eugene Hasty, 

Los Angeles. 

1310 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part I, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 930 unpublished) 1,084 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 8 unpublished) 12 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 17 unpublished) 22 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 1_ 

Total - — - - 1,119 



39 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[1310 



Acidtest;byGraceLivirigstonFurniss. © Ruth Mac - 
Farland Furniss, Stockbridge, Mass. R 135477, 
Dec. 27, 1944. 1 

Bourgeois (Le) gentilhomme; par Moliere, edited, 
with introduction, notes & vocabulary by Moritz 
Levi. © Mrs. Moritz Levi, Ann Arbor. R 
135489, Dec. 26, 1944. 2 

Cheer up; words by R. H. Burnside, lyrics by John 
L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell. [Text 
only] © Robert H. Burnside, New York. R 
135605, Dec. 27, 1944. 3 

Cycle of spring; by Rabindranath Tagore . © Rathin- 
dranath Tagore, Santiniketan, Bengal, India. R 
135615, Jan. 6, 1945. 4 

Daughter of the sun; by R. T. Kettering & Lor in J. 
Howard. © Ralph T. Kettering, Chicago. R 
136013, Jan. 13, 1945. 5 

Daughters of men; by Charles Klein, revised by 
Philip Klein. © Eleanor Klein, Los Angeles. R 
135475, Jan. 20, 1945. 6 

Gay Lothario; by C. W. Bell & Mark Swan. © Alice 
M. Swan, Longmeadow, R. I. R 135476, Dec. 27, 
1944. 7 

Granny Maumee, The rider of dreams [and] Simon, 
the Cyrenian. © Ridgely Torrence, New York. 
R 135616, Jan. 6, 1945. 8 



How to hold a husband; or, The wife walked out, by 
Hal Reid. © Cecil Spooner Blaney, New Canaan, 
Conn. R 135880, Jan. 12, 1945. 9 

Jack O'Lanternjby R. H. Burnside & Anne Caldwell, 
music by Ivan Caryl. [Text only] © Robert H. 
Burnside^ New York. R 135606, Dec. 27, 1944. 

10 

Man who made diamonds; by MarkE. Swan. © Alice 
M..Swan, Longmeadow, R. I. R 135478, Dec. 27, 
1944. 11 

Marriage question; by R. T. Kettering & Lorin J. 
Howard. © Ralph Thomas Kettering, Chicago. 
R 136014, Jan. 13, 1945. 12 

Quest for happiness; by Allan Davis . © Laurence 
Davis, Pittsburgh. R 135794, Jan. 1, 1945. 13 

Sacrifice, and other plays; by Rabindranath Tagore. 
© Rathindranath Tagore, Santiniketan, Bengal, 
India. R 135617, Jan. 6, 1945. 14 

Turn to the right; by Winchell Smith & John E. 
Hazzard. © Phoenix state bank & trust co., 
Hartford. R 127488, Apr. 18, 1944. 15 

Wife walked out. See How to hold a husband. 

You're in love; book & lyrics Otto Hauerbach [i. e. 
O. A. Harbach] & Edward Clark, m Rudolph 
Friml. [Text only] © Otto A. Harbach, New 
York. R 135792, Dec. 26, 1944. 16 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Adiosita. © Feb. 19, 1945; M 15635; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 1311 

Alibi baby. © Dec. 31, 1944; L 13163; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1312 

All right for you. © Mar. 19, 1945; M 15732; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1313 

Aqua-maids. © Nov. 24, 1944; M 15672; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1314 

As the fly flies. © Nov. 17, 1944; L 13144; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 1315 

Back to Donegal. © Mar. 5, 1945; M 15661; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1316 

Bell bottom trousers. ©Mar. 19, 1945; M 15730; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1317 

Beveling, stop chamfering, and tapering square 
stock. See Precision wood machining, operations 
on the jointer. 

Big show-off. © Jan. 9, 1945; L 13090; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. ' 1318 

Bikes and skis. © Dec. 28, 1944; M 15741; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1319 

Bill Bailey. © Mar. 5, 1945; M 15662; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1320 

Birthday blues. © Dec. 31, 1944; L 13164; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 1321 

Blitzkreig bombardier. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15632; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1322 

Blondie. See Leave it to Blondie. 

Blow the whistle. © Mar. 19, 1945; M 15736; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1323 

Blue winners. © Feb. 23, 1945; M 15670; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 1324 



Bombalera. © Feb. 9, 1945; L 13100; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 1325 

Boogie woogie dream. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15637; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1326 

Boomerang. g§e Mystery of the river boat. 

Break in the levee. See Mystery of the river boat. 



Brother Bill. © Mar. 5, 1945; M 15660; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1327 

Cable surface wiring. See Electrical work, wiring. 

Care of a tractor. See Farm work, equipment main- 
tenance. 

Carolina blues. © Dec. 11,1944; L 13087; Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1328 

Champions of the future. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 15666; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 1329 

Chew-chew baby. © Feb. 7, 1945; M 15640; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc. & Walter Lantz productions, 
New York. 1330 

Clock watcher. © Nov. 2, 1944; L 13104; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1331 

Commando Duck. © Apr. 17, 1944; L 13107; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1332 

Community sing; series 9, nos. 1, 2, 4-6. © Sept. 
1, Oct. 12, Dec. 1, 1944, Jan. 1, Feb. 9, 1945; M 
15656, 15694-15697; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 1333-1337 

Congo. © Feb. 28, 1945; L 13129; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 1338 

Corn pone. © Mar. 16, 1945; M 15726; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1339 

Crime doctor. See Crime doctor's courage. 

Crime doctor. See Shadows in the night. 

Crime doctor's cojurage; based on the radio program, 
Crime doctor, by Max Marcin. © Feb. 20, 1945; 
L 13095; Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1340 

Crime, inc.; from the book, by Martin Mooney. © 
Mar. 16, 1945; L 13171; P. R. C. pictures, inc., 
New York. 1341 

Dancing in Manhattan. © Dec. 14, 1944; L 13154; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1342 



Dangerous passage. © Dec. 22, 1944; L 13101; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

1343 

Death watch. 3_ee Jungle queen. 

Destiny. © Nov. 28, 1944; L 13114; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1344 

Dog, cat and canary. © Jan. 5, 1945; L 13148- 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 1345 



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1346 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Donald's off day. © Sept. 21, 1944; L 13133; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1346 

Don't blame me. © Mar. 5, 1945; M 15659; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1347 

Double exposure; based on an original story, by 
Ralph Graves & Winston Miller. © Dec. 15, 
1944; L 13176; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 1348 

Draftee Daffy. © Dec. 26, 1944; M 15747;Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1349 

Dragged under. See Jungle queen. 

Electrical work, wiring. © Calvin co., Kansas City, 
Mo. 1350, 1351 

No. 9, Por.celain protected surface wiring. © 

Nov. 1, 1944; M 15719. 
No. 10, Cable surface wiring. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
M 15720. 

Electrocuted. See Mystery of the river boat. 

Eleven more months. © Feb. 19, 1945; M 15636; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1352 

Ever since Venus. © Oct. 27, 1944; L 13086; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1353 

Execution chamber. See Jungle queen. 

Experiment perilous; from the novel, by Margaret 
Carpenter. © Dec. 18, 1944; L 13172;RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1354 

Face planing uneven surfaces. See Precision wood 
machining, operations on the jointer. 

Face turning a collar. See Precision wood machin- 
ing, operations on the wood lathe. 

Faces in the fog. © Nov. 10, 1944; L 13151; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 1355 

Farm work, equipment maintenance. © Calvin co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1356-1358 

No. 2, Reconditioning a mower, pt. 2, Drive 

system. © Dec. 1, 1944; M 15716. 
No. 5, Reconditioning a cultivator. © Aug. 1, 

1944; M 15717. 
No. 6, Care of a tractor. © Aug. 1, 1944; M 

15718, 

Farm work, painting; no. 1 , Repainting a frame build- 
ing. © Nov. 1, 1944; M 15715; Calvin co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 1359 

Fats Waller medley. © Mar. 16, 1945; M 15727; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. • 1360 

First aiders. © July 14, 1944; L 13105; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif. 1361 

Flaming havoc. See Mystery of the river boat. 

For whom the bell tolls; from the novel, by Ernest 
Hemingway. © July 14, 1943; L 13099; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 1362 



Forever yours. © Dec. 22, 1944; L 13152; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1363 

Frisco Sal. © Feb. 7, 1945; L 13096; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1364 

Gold is where you lose it. © Sept. 1, 1944; L 13136; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1365 

Harry Owens and his Royal Hawaiian orchestra. © 
Feb. 26, 1945; M 15671; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 1366 

Heather and yon. © Dec. 8, 1944; L 13142; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1367 

Historia de Jose (The history of Jose) © Dec. 29, 
1944; M 15713; Walt Disney productions, Burbank, 
Calif. 1368 

How to play football. © Feb. 19, 1944; L 13103; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1369 

I am an American. © Dec. 26, 1944; M 15673; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 1370 

I don't want to love you. © Feb.. 19, 1945; M 15638; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1371 

l 

I love a mystery; based upon the original radio 
program of the same name , by Car leton E . Morse . 
© Jan. 25, 1945; L 13145; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1372 

I'm a sailor. © Dec. 31, 1944; M 15734; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1373 

I'm beginning to see the light. © Mar. 5, 1945; M 
15657; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1374 

I'm making believe. © Mar. 19, 1945; M 15737; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1375 

In the public eye. See Speaking of animals. 

Jointing an edge for gluing, installing knives. See 
Precision wood machining, operations on the 
jointer. 

Jointing edges and ends 90 degrees to face. See 
Precision wood machining, operations on the 
jointer. 

Jose come bem (Jose eats well) © Dec. 29, 1944; M 
15714; Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 

1376 

Jungle queen. © Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 1377-1383 

Chap. no. 7, Trip-wire murder! © Feb. 7,1945; 

L 13155. 
Chap. no. 8, The mortar bomb! © Feb. 7, 1945; 

L 13156. 
Chap. no. 9, Death watch! © Feb. 28, 1945; L 

13158. 
Chap. no. 10, Execution chamber! © Feb. 28, 

1945; L 13159. 



42 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 3, 1945 



1447 



Chap. no. 11, The trail to doom. © Feb. 28, 

1945; L 13160. 
Chap. no. 12, Dragged under! © Feb. 28, 1945; 

L 13161. 
Chap. no. 13, The secret of the swordl © Feb. 

28, 1945; L 13162. 

Keep your powder dry. © Feb. 12, 1945; L 13140; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 1384 

Keys of the kingdom; from the novel, byA.J.Cronin. 
© Dec. 14, 1944; L 13126; Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. 1385 

Kickin' my love around. © Feb. 19, 1945; M 15634; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1386 

Knock me out. © Mar. 16, 1945; M 15728; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1387 

Leave it to Blondie; based upon the comic strip, 
Blondie, created by Chic Young. © Feb. 20, 
1945; L 13098; Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1388 

Let's go steady. © Jan. 4, 1945; L 13146; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1389 

Life with feathers. © Mar. 24, 1945; M 15849; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1390 

Lulu at the zoo. © Nov. 17, 1944; L 13175; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 1391 

Mark of the Whistler. © Nov. 2, 1944; L 13122; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1392 

Meet Miss Bobby Socks. © Oct. 12, 1944; L 13123; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1393 

Missing juror. © Nov. 16, 1944; L 13094; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1394 

Mortar bomb. See Jungle queen. 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 43-49. © Jan. 26, 30, 
Feb. 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 1945; M 15647-15649, 15742- 
15745; Movietonews, inc., New York. 1395-1401 

Murder, my sweet; based upon the novel, by Raymond 
Chandler. © Mar. 19, 1945; L 13166; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1402 

My blue heaven. © Mar. 19, 1945; M 15735; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1403 

Mystery of the river boat. © Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 1404-1409 

Chap. no. 8, The break in the levee. © Nov. 24, 

1944; L 13108. 
Chap. no. 9, Trapped in the quicksands. © Nov. 

24, 1944; L 13109. 
Chap. no. 10, Flaming havoc. © Nov. 24, 1944; 

L 13110. 
Chap. no. 11, Electrocuted. © Nov.. 24, 1944; L 

13111. 
Chap. no. 12, Risking death. © Nov. 24, 1944; 

L 13112. 
Chap. no. 13, The boomerang. © Nov. 24, 1944; 

L 13113. 



Navajo trails. © Dec. 26, 1944; L 13097; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1410 

Navy nurse. © Mar. 16, 1945; L 13174; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1411 

Nevada; from the novel, by Zane Grey. © Dec. 23, 
1944; L 13170; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 1412 

No dough, boys. © Nov. 24, 1944; L 13119; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1413 

No, no, baby. © Mar. 16, 1945; M 15729; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1414 

Objective, Burma; from an original story, by Alvah 
Bessie. © Mar. 10, 1945;L 13150; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 1415 

Oh oh uhm uhm. © Mar. 19, 1945; M 15733; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1416 

Olympic champ. © Dec. 10, 1941; L 13128; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1417 

One meat ball. © Mar. 5, 1945; M 15658; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1418 

Open season for saps. © Oct. 27, 1944; L 13137; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1419 

Out fishin'. © Jan. 26, 1945; M 15646; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 1420 

Overseas roundup. © Mar. 26, 1945; M 15748; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1421 

Pan-Americana. © Feb. 16, 1945; L 13169; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 1422 

Paramount news; nbs. 31-50. © Dec. 15, 19, 22, 
26, 29, 1944, Jan. 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30, 
Feb. 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 1945; M 15674-15693; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 1423-1442 

Pathways to progress. © title & descr. reed. Mar. 
8, 1945; 5 prints reed. Mar. 9; M 15668; Jam 
Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 1443 

Planing rough surfaces to dimensions. See Preci- 
sion wood machining, operations on the single 
face surfacer. 

Plastics inventor. © July 5, 1944; L 13106; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1444 

Pledge to Bataan. © Mar. 19, 1945; L 13173; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1445 

Poet and peasant. © Feb. 19, 1945; M 15633; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1446 

Popular science; J 4-3. © Feb. 16, 1945; M 15653; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 1447 

Porcelain protected surface wiring. See Electrical 
work, wiring. 



43 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1448 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Practically yours. © Dec. 14, 1944; L 13138; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 1448 

Precision wood machining, operations on the joint- 
er. © R. C. M. productions, inc., Los Angeles. 

1449-1452 
No. 1, Jointing edges and ends 90 degrees to face. 

© Feb. 1, 1945; M 15643. 
No. 2, Beveling, stop chamfering, and tapering 

square stock. © Feb. 1, 1945; M 15642. 
No. 3, Face planing uneven surfaces. © Feb. 1, 

1945; M 15645. 
No. 4, Jointing an edge for gluing, installing 

knives. © Feb. 1, 1945; M 15644. 

Precision wood machining, operations on the single 
face surfacer; no. 1, Planing rough surfaces to 
dimensions. © Feb. 1, 1945; M 15641; R. C. M. 
productions, inc., Los Angeles. 1453 

Precision wood machining, operations on the wood 
lathe. © Photo & sound, inc., San Francisco. 

1454-1458 
No. 1, Turning a cylinder between centers. © 

Mar. 1, 1945; M 15*721. 
No. 2, Turning taper work. © Mar. 1, 1945; M 

15722. . 
No. 3, Turning work on a face plate. © Mar. 1, 

1945; M 15723. 
No. 4, Turning work in a chuck. © Mar. 1, 1945; 

M 15724. 
No. 5, Face turning a collar. © Mar. 1, 1945; M 

15725. 

Reconditioning a cultivator . See Farm work, equip- 
ment maintenance. 

Reconditioning a mower, pt. 2, Drive system. See 
Farm work, equipment maintenance. 



Repainting a frame building, 
painting. 



See Farm work, 



Right spark plug in the right place. © Jan. 17, 1945; 
M 15654; Walt Disney productions, Burbank, 
Calif. 1459 

Risking death. See Mystery of the river boat. 

Rough ridin justice. © Feb. 19, 1945; L 13085; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1460 

Roughly speaking; from the book of the same name, 
by Louise Randall Pierson. © Mar. 3, 1945; L 
13139; Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

1461 

Rum and Coca cola. © Feb. 19, 1945; M 15630; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1462 

Saddle leather law. © Dec. 21, 1944; L 13092; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1463 

Sagebrush heroes. © Feb. 1, 1945; L 13091; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1464 

Science of milk production. © title fcdescr. reed. 

fe Mar. 8, 1945; 7 prints reed. Mar. 9; M 15669; 

Jam Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 1465 



Screen snapshots; series 24, no. 3. © Oct. 19, 1944; 
M 15739; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood' 
Calif. 1466 

Secret of the sword. See Jungle queen. 

Shadows in the night; based on the radio program, 
Crime doctor, by Max Marcin. © July 28, 1944; 
L 13084; Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1467 

She snoops to conquer. © Dec. 29, 1944; L 13135; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1468 

She's a sweetheart. © Dec. 7, 1944; L 13130; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1469 

Sing me a song of Texas. © Feb. 8, 1945; L 13093; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1470 

Slap happy. © Mar. 5, 1945; M 15665; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1471 

Sleepless Tuesday. © Feb. 23, 1945; L 13165; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 1472 

Sliphorn king of Polaroo. © Feb. 7, 1945; M 15639; 
Universal pictures co.,inc. & Walter Lantz pro- 
ductions, New York. 1473 

Snooper service. © Feb. 2, 1945; L 13141; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1474 

Something to write home about* © Mar. 5, 1945; 
M 15664; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1475 

Song for Miss Julie. © Jan. 31, 1945; L 13089; Pre- 
Em pictures, inc., Los Angeles. 1476 

Speaking of animals; In the public eye, Y4-3. © 
Mar. 16, 1945; M 15746; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 1477 

Springtime for Pluto. © May 20, 1944; L 13102; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1478 

Stranger from Santa Fe. © Mar. 1, 1945; L 13153; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1479 

Strife of the party. © Oct. 13, 1944; L 13134; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1480 

Sudan. © Mar. 8, 1945; L 13157; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 1481 

Suspect; from a novel, by James Ronald. © Jan. 4, 
1945; L 13116; Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. f . 1482 

Swing in the saddle. © Aug. 31, 1944; L 13088; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1483 

Swing serenade. © Jan. 4, 1945; L 13115; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1484 

Tahiti nights. © Dec. 28, 1944; L 13124; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1485 



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no. 3, 1945 



1523 



Take me out to the ball game. © Mar. 19, 1945; M 
15731; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1486 

That's an Irish lullaby. © Feb. 19, 1945; M 15631; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1487 

There goes Kelly. © Jan. 15, 1945; L 13127; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1488 

They didn't know. © title & descr. reed. Mar. 8, 
1945; 9 prints reed. Mar. 9; M 15667; Jam Handy 
organization, inc., Detroit. 1489 

Three Caballeros. © Oct. 28, 1944; L 13147; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1490 

Three pests in a mess. © Jan. 19, 1945; L 13118; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1491 

Tiger trouble. © Oct. 1L, 1944; L 13132; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1492 

Together again. © Dec. 22, 1944; L 13143; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1493 



Tomorrow, the world; from the stage play, by James 
Gow & Arnaud D'Usseau. © Dec 29, 1944; L 
13177; Lester Cowan productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 1494 

Tonight and every night. © Feb. 22, 1945; L 13131; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1495 

Trail to doom. See Jungle queen. 

Trap Happy Porky. © Feb. 28, 1945; M 15655; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 1496 

Trapped in the quicksands. See Mystery of the 
river boat. 

Trip-wire murder. See Jungle queen. 



Triple trouble. © Sept. 1, 1944; L 13168; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 1497 

Turning a cylinder between centers. See Precision 
wood machining, operations on the wood Lathe. 

Turning taper work. See Precision wood machining, 
operations on the wood lathe. 

Turning work in a chuck. See Precision wood ma- 
chining, operations on the wood lathe. 

Turning work on a face plate. See Precision wood 
machining, operations on the wood lathe. 

Universal newsreel; v. 17, nos. 357, 358, v. 18, nos. 
359-374. © Dec. 26, 28, 1944, Jan. 2, 4, 9, 11, 
16, 18, 23, 25, 30., Feb. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 
1945; M 15650-15652, 15698-15712; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1498-1515 

Unruly hare. © Dec. 27, 1944; M 15740; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1516 

Unusual occupations; L 4-3. © Mar. 9, 1945; M 
15738; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

1517 

Unwritten code. © Oct. 26, 1944; L 13121; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1518 

What a blonde. © Jan. 27, 1945; L 13167; RKO- radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 1519 

Wing and a prayer. © July 28, 1944; L 13125; 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 

1520 



Woo woo. © Jan. 5, 1945; u ±o 
tures corp., Hollywood, Calif 



L 13117; Columbia pic- 
1521 



Yankee Doodle never went to town. © Dec. 31, 1944; 
M 15663; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1522 

Youth on trial. © Jan. 11, 1945; L 13120; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1523 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 156 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 248 

Total - - 404 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 
No. 4 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M, " Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D," C lass D, Dramatic compositions: "L,"Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has. been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1945, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper ; $3.00 

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Lectures, and Maps -. 3.00 

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Part 2, Periodicals -- - 2.00 

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Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
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section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1,1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note.— If the claimant of "copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Abel; text by E. M. Robinson, music by H. Work. 
© Mar. 4, 1945; D 76407; Herbert Work, Sani- 
tarium, Calif. & Ella M. Robinson, Hyattsville, 
Md. 1524 

Absence makes the heart go wander. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1945; D 93095; Paul Buchinsky, Meriden, 
Conn. 1525 

According to plan. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 93101; 
Maurice Gilbert Weiss, New York. 1526 

Actors' angina; or, At 19 Dugan place. © 1 c. Apr. 
6, 1945; D 92983; Petronio DiLeo, North Bergen, 
N. J. 1527 

Adam's house cat. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92866; 
Frederick Hayden Coe, New York. 1528 

Adulteress of Zitlala. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 
93108; Rafael Taubenschlag, New York. 1529 

Adventure of the blue chip; by Ellery Queen [pseud, 
of M. B. Lee & F. Dannay] © Mar. 10, 1945; D 
92872; Manfred B. Lee & Frederic Dannay, New 
York. 1530 

Adventure of the foul tip; by Ellery Queen [pseud, 
of M. B. Lee & F. Dannay] © Apr. 9, 1945; D 
93126; Manfred B. Lee & Frederic Dannay, New 
York. 1531 

Adventure of the glass ball; by Ellery Queen [pseud, 
of M. B. Lee & F. Dannay] © Apr. 9, 1945; D 
93127; Manfred B. Lee & Frederic Dannay, New 
York. - 1532 

Affair of honor; text & music by L. Sherwood & 
Richard Stahl. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 76406; 
Lorraine Sherwood, New York. 1533 

Afterclap (The) © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 93007; 
Clara B. Orwig, Los Angeles. 1534 

Age of romance; by Janos Kovacks [pseud, of Mrs. 
B. Rathbone] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; D 93097; 
Mrs. Basil Rathbone, Los Angeles. 1535 

Ahashverosh and Esther. © Feb. 5, 1945; D 92901; 
Moses A. Schwab, Los Angeles. 1536 

Aladdin; by P. H. Adams & Conrad Carter. © Oct. 
26, 1944; D 92927; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1537 

Alias Sandra Day. See Green Hornet. 

Alice; dramatized from the novels, Alice in Wonder- 
land & Through the looking glass, by Lewis 
CarroU. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 93013; Frances 
Pole, New York. 1538 



Alice in Wonderland. See Alice. 

Alice, of the rest cure. See Reconditioned Romeo. 

All's fair. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; D 92837; Frank 
M. McKenna, Cliff side Park, N. J. 1539 

And the wind blows on. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1945; D 
93174; Roy Glenn Low, Minneapolis. 1540 

Angel's feather. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; D 92919; 
Anne Marie Jungmann, New York. 1541 

Annette. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93238; Nettye 
Nachman, New York & tfilletta E. Patten, Wood- 
haven, N. Y. 1542 

Arabella Long, evangelist. See Paragraph (A)- 
Americana. 

Arts roughhoused. . © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93239; 
Paul Rosenfeld, New York. 1543 

At 19 Dugan place. See Actors' angina. 

At the break of dawn. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1945; D 
93134; Bertram Alvin Holmes, New York. 1544 

Axe. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93226; Crane Wilbur, 
New York. 1545 

Baby black market. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92900; 
Edwin Hopkins, New York. 1546 

Bedtime story. See Lux radio theatre. 
Behold thy son. See Dr. Christian. 

Bells of Russia; book by Muriel [i. e. H. M.] John- 
son, music by Peter Hitch Tchaikowsky, arrange- 
ments & lyrics by P. Nickols. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1945; D 76413; Patrice Nickols & Helen Muriel 
Johnson, New York. 1547 

Bernardine, I love you; by Arthur Miller. © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1945; D 93064; E.I.Du Pont de Nemours 
& co., Wilmington, Del. 1548 

Big purge. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 93017; Berton 
Duane Clark, Montebello, Calif. 1549 

Bigger they are. See Green Hornet. 

Biography, incorporated. See Green Hornet. 

Blighted. © l'c. Apr. 23, 1945; D 93181; Robert 
Joseph Fanning, Columbus, O. 1550 

Boston Barries. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; D 92923; 
Patricia Surie, Chicago, 1551 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Boy's dream. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; D 92896; Alma 
Murphy Halff, Los Angeles. 1552 

Bride's stand-in; by Theresa M. Meroney. © Jan. 
21, 1941; D 93214; Mrs. J. M. Woolard, owner 
Woolard plays, Richmond. 1553 

Brigands (Les) See Fiorella. 

Brimstone and treacle; by Jane Douglass [i. e. J. 
D. Crawford] © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92876; 
Jane Douglass Crawford, New York. 1554 

Broadway opening; by Lee Bertram [pseud, of L. 
G. Reinherz] & Myra Chipman. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1945; D 92621; Leona Gosman Reinherz, Erie, 
Pa. & Nettie Myra Chipman, Boston. 1555 

Bubble bent. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 93227; Walter 
S. Casey, New York. 1556 

Bundle from heaven; or, Neighbors. © 1 c. Apr. 
4, 1945; D 92942; Mark Linder, New York. 1557 

Bury me not. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1945; D 93098; Jean 
Starr D'Ameronne, Tahlequah, Okl. 1558 

Buying bloomers. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; D 92891; 
Burnell Malcolm Calvert, Terre Haute, Ind. 

1559 

By appointment only. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93072; 
Bene Russell, New York. 1560 

By the people. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93120; George E. 
Norford, New York. 1561 

Cactus and the rose. © I.e. Feb. 7, 1945; D 93131; 
Coleman Kamile, New York. 1562 

Calling all girls club; program nos. 57-61, byL. 
Kermit Lyons. © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1945; D 
93245-93249; Calling all girls, inc., New York. 

1563-1567 

Captain takes a hand. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1945; D 93008; 
Bertram Thomas Uren, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

1568 

Case of Masaharu Homma, murderer extraordinary. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92861; Alfred D. Geto, 
New York. 1569 

Case of the A flat. See David Harding - counterspy. 

Case of the escaped war prisoner. See David 
Harding - counterspy. 

Case of the garden seeds. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the perfect bombs. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the psychiatrist. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Cathedral. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92879; George 
Francis Lowther, Scarsdale, N. Y. 1570 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Trendle & Joyce. © 
Challenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 

1571-1579 



No. 354, King found the clue. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 

1945; D 93194. 
No. 355, Florabe lie's adventure. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 

1945; D 93195. 
No. 356, Paula Buchanan. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; 

D 93196. 
No. 357, King meets a grizzley. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 

1945; D 93197. 
No. 358, Trial by fire. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 

93198. 
No. 359, One went to the gallows. © 1 c. Apr. 

21, 1945; D 93199. 
No. 360, How Connelly paid the law. © 1 c. Apr. 

21, 1945; D 93200. 
No. 361, Preston's dilemma. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 

1945; D 93201. 
No. 362, Trap for a Mountie. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 

1945; D 93202. 

Chase and Sanborn program; Feb. 25, Mar. 4, 11, 
18, 25, 1945. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1945; D 92964- 
92968; Edgar John Bergen, Hollywood, Calif. 

1580-1584 

Chicago's famous criminal trials; Mar. 24, 1945. © 
1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93077; Michael Angelo 
Romano, Chicago. 1585 

Chick Carter - boy detective. © Street & Smith 
publications, inc., New York. 1586-1618 

Nos. 435-444, Mar. 5-9, 12-16, 1945, by Edward 

Langley. © 1 c. each Mar. 20, 1945; D 92849- 

92858. 
Nos. 445-450, Mar. 19-23, 26, 1945, by Edward 

Langley. © 1 c. each Mar. 28, 1945; D 92904- 

92909. 
Nos. 451-455, Mar. 27-30, Apr. 2, 1945, by Ed- 
ward Langley. © 1 c. each Apr. 5, 1945; D 

92954, 92956-92959. 
Nos. 456-460, 462, 463, Apr. 3-6, 9, 11, 12, 

1945, by Edward Langley. © 1 c. each Apr. 

18, 1945; D 93162-93168. 
Nos. 465-469, Apr. 16-20, 1945, by Fritz Blocki. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 24, 1945; D 93217-93221. 

Children of Thrusday. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 
93100; Ruth S. Brodie, New York. 1619 



Choice. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1945; D 93026; David 
Everett Chantler, Pittsburgh. 1620 

Cinnamon Island; text & music by A. L. Block. © 
1, c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 76416; Arthur L. Block, 
Brooklyn. 1621 

Complications set in. See Grand hotel. 

Conquering hero. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 92820; 
Edith Horton Richards, Mobile. 1622 

Conspiration; by Francis de Croisset. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1945; D 92917; Philippe Wiener De Croisset, 
New York. 1623 

Constantinus Magnus. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; D 
93085; Julius Dutka, Oswego, N. Y. 1624 

Corliss and the Magi. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Corliss Archer, nurses aid. See Meet Corliss 
Archer. 



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dramatic Compositions 



1660 



Corliss interprets a dream. See Meet Corliss Ar- 
cher. 

Crackers in bed; from a story in Phil Painter's 
publications, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1945; D 93209; 
Theodore Hadley Waters, New York. 1625 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

1626-1628 
No. 243, Mar. 25, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; 

D 92875. 
No. 244, Apr. 1, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 

93030. 
No. 245, Apr. 8, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1945; D 
93146. 

Cynthia Parker (Prairie flower) ; book & lyrics by 
Jan Isbel Fortune, music by J. F. Smith. [Text 
only] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1945; D 92859; Julia Frances 
Smith, New York. 1629 

Dark legend; inspired by the book of the same name, 
by Dr. Frederic Wertham. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1945; D 93205; Helene Fraenkel, New York. 

1630 

Dark meteor. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; D 93083; Joan 
D. Sanger, New York. 1631 

Date with a WAC. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1945; D 92911; 
Fredric H. Cali, A. P. O. 678, c/o Postmaster, 
New York. 1632 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 

© Lord, inc., New York. 1633-1637 

Program no. 143, Case of the psychiatrist. © 1 
c. Apr. 6, 1945; D 92973. 

Program no. 144, Case of the perfect bombs. © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1945; D 92974. 

Program no. 145, Case of the A flat. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1945; D 93081. 

Program no. 146, Case of the escaped war pris- 
oner. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 93152. 

Program no. 147, Case of the garden seeds. © 
1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93185. 

Death at the studio. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Death at the toll bridge. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Death behind the scenes. See Return of Nick 
Carter. 

Death goes to the post. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Death of King Ahaz. See Story of the Bible, Heze- 
kiah sequence. 

Death Valley sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 1638-1640 

Episode no. 31, Mar. 22, ^945. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 

1945; D 92893. 
Episodes 32, 33, Mar. 29, Apr. 5, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 7, 1945; D 93020, 93021. 

Death was the patient. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 
93016; William Berman & Betty Berman, Brook- 
lyn. 1641 

Defeat; translated from the Norwegian of Nordahl 
Grieg by Eleanor Arkwright [pseud, of E. M. 
Haworth] ©Jan. 8, 1945; D 93213; Eleanor Mary 
Haworth, Kelsall, England. 1642 



Destroyer. See Shadow. 

Devil's finger. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1945; D 93096; 
Thomas Orville Hove, Minneapolis. 1643 

Devil's potatoes; by George Doczi. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1945; D 93180; John Doczi, Worcester. 1644 

Dictator's lullaby; by Allan Dunn [pseud, of Frank P. 
Donovan] © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1945; D 92982; Ann 
Reiner, Brooklyn. 1645 

Disputed passage. See Lux radio theatre. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 1646-1650 

Episode no. 329, Water to the thirsty. © 1 c. 

Mar. 24, 1945; D 92883. 
Episode no. 330, Behold thy son. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 

1945; D 92971. 
Episode no. 331, Myra. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; D 

92972. 
Episode no. 332, Partners. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1945; 

D 93204. 
Episdoe no. 333, Marriage bargain. © 1 c. Apr. 

20, 1945; D 93203. 

Doctor of laughter and smiles program; Variation 
of the people, by Samuel Marko [pseud, of S. 
Moskowitz] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 93029; 
Samuel Moskowitz, Philadelphia. 1651 

Doors. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; D 92945; Ross Law- 
ther, Dallas. 1652 

Dottie Dotson. See Steps to stardom. 

Doublecross (The) See Green Hornet. 

Dreamer. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 92823; Jacob 
Belogorsky, Brooklyn. 1653 

Duke and Cupid. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1945; D 93087; 
Margaret Jaques Rowe, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

1654 

Dunninger miracle revue. See Miracles plus. 

East Hampton. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1945; D 93109; Wil- 
bur Winthrop Jackson, Hartford. 1655 

Eastward in Eden; by Dorotny Worthington Butts. 
© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 93252; Dorothy Butts 
Gardner, New York. 1656 

Easy does it. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 93027; Bud 
Gamble & Paul Ross, New York. 1657 

Easy money; by Marvin Mar [pseud, of M. A. Ham- 
mond] © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1945; D 93102; Marvin 
Arthur Hammond, New York. 1658 

Eddie Bracken story; Feb. 4, 1945, by Robert Riley 
Crutcher. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1945; D 93183; Ed- 
ward V. Bracken, Los Angeles. 1659 

Embezzled heaven; by L. Bush-Fekete & Mary 
Helen Fay [i.e. M. H. F. Bush-Fekete], from the 
novel by Franz \Verfel. © Feb. 19, 1945; D 
92947; L. Bush-Fekete & Mary Helen Fay Bush- 
Fekete, Los Angeles. 1660 

Exclusive story. See Grand hotel. 



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1661 



pt. I, n. a., v. 18 



Faith, hope and no charity. See No time for tears. 

Fallen bridges. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 93022; 
Martin Munkacsi, New York. 1661 

Fibber McGee and Molly; Feb. 13, 20, 27, Mar. 6, 
13, 20, 27, 1945, by Don Quinn & Phil Leslie. © 
1 c. each Apr. 7, 1945; D 93000-93006; S. C. 
Johnson & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 1662-1668 

Final decree. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 93014; Wil- 
liam Berman & Betty Berman, Brooklyn. 1669 

Fiorella; adaptation of Les brigands, by Meilhac- 
Halevy. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 93115; William 
Peter Pernhall & Manfred Heilbroner, Phila- 
delphia. 1670 

Fire from heaven. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1945; D 93175; 
Oscar Wetzel, Manilla, la. 1671 

Fire Island; by Grace Kellogg [i.e. G. K. Smith] © 
1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 92824; Grace Kellogg 
Smith, North Truro, Mass. 1672 

Flight nurse; Feb. 26, i945, by Charles Rabiner & 
Peter Lyon. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93063; E. 
I. Du Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 

1673 



Florabelle's adventure, 
kon. 



See Challenge of the Yu- 



Foot. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1945; D 93222; Charlotte 
Christina Brown, Chatsworth, Calif. 1674 

Foreign relations; book & lyrics by H. M. Berger, 
music by Wilmer J. Pilkington. © 1 c. text Feb. 
24, 1945; © 1 c. lyrics & music Feb. 24, Apr. 
6; D 76409; Howard Merrill Berger, Lansdowne, 
Pa. 1675 

Forty-five plus. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92838; S. 
J. Perelman & Albert Hirschfeld, New York. 

1676 

Four cornered triangle. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1945; D 
92991; George Charles South, New York. 1677 

Four seasons; from an old fairy tale of same title, 
adapted for radio by E. A. Reisewitz. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1945; D 33094; Ellen Anna Reisewitz, 
Memphis, Tenn. 1678 

Frances Wayne. See Steps to stardom. 

FriihstUck beim feldmarschall. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1945; D 92829; Alexander Roda Roda, New York. 

1679 

Full moon. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92840; Martin 
Aloysius Carroll, Chicago. 1680 

Gauntlet. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; D 92818; Samuel R. 
Golding & Jay Ingram, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

1681 

Genesis Island; by Edith Hay [i. e. E. H. Anderson] 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1945; D 93025; Edith Hay Ander- 
son, Locust Valley, N. Y. 1682 

Gentle genius. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92884; 
Irving R. Hirsh, Paterson. 1683 



Gerechtigkeit, gerechtigkeit; von Roda [i. e. A. R.] 
Roda. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; D 93105; Alexander 
Roda Roda, New York. 1684 

Gifts for youth; text by Joanna Palmer & Juanita 
Rosemon, music by I. H. Meredith. © Mar. 24, 
1945; D 76410; Tullar- Meredith co., New York. 

1685 

Girl from Lorraine. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93177; 
Maxwell Anderson, New City, N. Y. 1686 

God turns His face away; by Sara Rea Vinsonhaler. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92860; Elizabeth V. 
Rogers, Chesterton, Ind. 1687 

Grade A. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93145; Charles 
Joseph, Brooklyn. 1688 

Grand hotel. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

1689-1692 
Mar. 17, 1945, She married the army, by Al G. 

Williams. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92880. 
Mar. 24, 1945, Exclusive story, by Irvin Ashke- 

nazy. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92881. 
Apr. 7, 1945, Complications set in, by Virginia 
\ Safford Lynn. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93067. 
Apr. 21, 1945, Murder on ice, by Charles F. 
Wilde. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1945; D 93251. 

Grandpa and the statue; Mar. 26, 1945, by Arthur 
Miller. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93066; E. I. Du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 1693 

Great conversationalist. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1945; D 
93179; Simon Gurvitz, Detroit. 1694 

Great Gildersleeve; nos. 157-162, Feb. 18, 25, Mar. 
4, 11, 18, 25, 1945, by JohnWhedon & SamMoore. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 7, 1945; D 92994-92999; Kraft 
cheese co., Chicago. 1695-1700 

Greatest of these; by Charles Whittaker. © AU- 
Canada radio facilities, ltd., Toronto. 

1701-1705 
NO. 6, My son, my Ison. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 

93110. 
No. 7, Shackles of truth. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; 

D 93111. 
No. 9, Quackery, unlimited. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 

1945; D 93112. 
No. 10, The years between. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 

1945; D 93113. 
No. 11, Out of the storm. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; 

D 93114. 

Green case. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 93015; William 
Berman & Betty Berman, Brooklyn. 1706 

Green Hornet. © Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

1707-1719 
No. 689, Alias Sandra Day, by -Trendle & Beattie. 

© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93154. 
No. 691, Where there's a will, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93155. 
No. 692, A load of cigarettes, by Trendle & 

Boulette. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93156. 
No. 693, The bigger they are, by Trendle & Beattie. 

© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93157. 
No. 694, Pacific service, by Trendle & Boulette. 

© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93158. 
No. 695, Intrigue in Washington, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93160. 



50 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



1757 



No. 696, Scrapper McGuire's hero, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93187. 
No. 697, The lost key, by Trendle & Beattie. © 1 

c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93188. 
No. 698, Michael Axford - movie star, by Trendle 

& Beattie. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93189. 
No. 699, The doublecross, by Trendle & Beattie. © 

1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93190. 
No. 700, Picture in the dark, by Trendle & Beattie. 

© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93191. 
No. 701, Biography, incorporated, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93192. 
No. 702, Photo finish, by Trendle & Beattie. © 1 

c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93193. 

Grissly's millions. See Lux radio theatre. 

Guardian angel. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 93150; 
Elizabeth Evans & Clint Osborne, New York. 

1720* 

Hammer. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92878; Howard 
Melvin Fast, New York. 1721 

Happy birthday, Mr. Whiffle. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; 
D 93132; Dorothy Phillips & Lenore Mummy, 
White Plains, N. Y. 1722 

Help! Help! Murder. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 
92863; Allen Cowen Miller, Jackson Heights, N. 
Y. 1723 

Henriette of France. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 93223; 
Le Roy Friedman, Chicago. 1724 

Hephzibah leaves Jerusalem. See Story of the 
Bible, Hezekiah sequence. 

Her only daughter; by Stephanie Bernarth. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1945; D 93082; Elisabeth Niehaus, 
Englewood, N. J. 1725 

Hezekiah, king of Judah. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Hizzoner; by Peter James [pseud, of P. J. Kedas] 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93136; Peter James 
Kedas, New York. 1726 

Honeymoon across the ocean. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1945; 
D 93092; Albert Gervese, Pelham, N. Y. 

1727 

Hot and cold running squadrons. © Mar. 10, 1945; 
D 92871; Reginald T. Ryan, New York. 1728 

House is haunted. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93231; 
Charles Si cilia, Philadelphia. 1729 

How Connelly paid the law. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

If Eve had worn clothes. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 
93010; Pondal Rios, Carlos Olivari & Paul Mis- 
raki, Buenos Aires. 1730 

If soldiers talked as they do in civilian ads. © Mar. 
10, 1945; D 92870; Arnold Auerbach, New York. 

1731 

I'll find heaven. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93225; John 
Robert Pomponio, New York. 1732 

652631 O - 45 - 2 



Impasse. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 93019; Marta 
Bertrand, New York. 1733 

Impressions of 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 
93215; William O. Lutz, New York. 1734 

Ingenio (El) de Ambato. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 
93228; Raymond Piedra, Long Island City, N. Y. 

1735 

Intrigue- in Washington. See Green Hornet. 

Iris Stothard. See Steps to stardom. 

Jack and the beanstalk; by P. H. Adams & Conrad 
Carter. © Oct. 26, 1944; D 92926; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1736 

Job makers; nos. 9-11, Mar. 31, Apr. 7, 21, 1945, 
by Steven K. James [pseud, of C. A. Seltzer, jr.] 
© 1 c. each Apr. 25, 1945; D 93240-93242; 
Charles A. Seltzer, jr., Cleveland. 1737-1739 

Job, the mystery of suffering; written & arranged 
for dramatization. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 93232; 
Edgar Hughes Norris, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

1740 

Junior and senior. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1945; D 93211; 
Henry Cohen, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 1741 

Just call me Jessy. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 93075; 
Allen Zwerdling, A. P. O. 520, c/o Postmaster, 
New York. 1742 

King found the clue. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

King meets a grizzley. Se,e Challenge of the Yukon. 

Kookoo Kook of Krazie Kitchen; by Mrs. Harry [i. 
e. M. B.] Bridgman. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 
93074; Margaret B. Bridgman, Canadensis, Pa. 

1743 

Kraft music hall; Feb. 15, 22, Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 
1945, by J. Walter Thompson co. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 12, 1945; D 93048-93054; Kraft cheese co., 
inc., Chicago. 1744-1750 

Lady says yes. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 93224; 
Theresa Powers, Elmhurst, L. I., N, Y. 

1751 

Ladysfingers. © Nov. 9, 1944; D 92931; Falkland 
L. Cary, Harrogate, England. 1752 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1703, Carl Bixby 
& Don Becker. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 93037; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1753 

Life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, HoUywood, Calif. 

1754-1756 
Script no. 63, Mar. 25, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 

1945; D 92897. 
Script no. 64, Apr. 1, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; 

D 92978. 
Script no. 65, Apr. 8, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1945; 
D 93104. 

Little inn. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; D 92924; Chester 
Erskine, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1757 



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1758 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Little man who wasn't there. See Shadow. 

Little pot of rainbows. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; D 
92845; Mark J. Appleman, Fort Sill, Okl. 1758 

Load of cigarettes. See Green Hornet. 

Lord's (The) prayer; lyrics & arrangement of text 
by Clarence M. Burkholder, music by Ellen Jane 
Lorenz. © Mar. 9, 1945; D 76412; Lorenz pub. 
co., Dayton, O. 1759 

Lost key. See Green Hornet. 

Lost victory. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93207; 
George Gordon, New York. 1760 

Louisa. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92986; Elsa Neu- 
berger, New York. 1761 

Love, honor and away; by Dorothy Winthrop [i. e. 
D. W. Martin] © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92894; 
Dorothy Winthrop Martin, Sherman Oaks, Calif. 

1762 

Love laughs at locks. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; D 92944; 
Louis K. Anspacher, Purchase, N. Y. 1763 

Lucky Joe; by Paul Gordon [pseud, of P. G. S. Kele- 
man] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; D 92943; Paul Gordon 
Steve Keleman, Hollywood, Calif. 1764 

Lux radio theatre; by J. Walter Thompson co. © 
Lever bros. co., 'Cambridge, Mass. 1765-1"771 
Feb. 19, 1945, Sunday dinner for a soldier. © 1 

c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93041. 
Feb. 26, 1945, Bedtime story. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 

1945; D 93042. 
Mar. 5, 1945, Disputed passage. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 

1945; D 93043. 
Mar. 12, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93044. 
Mar. 19, 1945, Grissly's millions. © 1 c. Apr. 

12, 1945pD 93045. 
Mar. 26, 1945, A tale of two cities. © 1 c. Apr. 

12, 1945; D 93046. 
Apr. 2, 1945, Swanee river. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 

1945; D 93047. 

Madame Louise. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; D 92962; 
Vernon Sylvaine, London. 1772 

Mademoiselle departs; by Thomas Baden Morris. 
© Oct. 26, 1944; D 92929; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 1773 

Magnolia inn. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1945; D 93103; 
Reverie Vance, New York. 1774 

Mail order man; text & music by O. H. Haynes. © 
1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 76414; Owen Hill Haynes, 
Chicago. 1775 

Man in the moon; from the German libretto by Adolf 
Heine, translation, adaptation & music by K. 
Tingruen. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1945; D 76415; Klare 
Tingruen, Lincolnshire, III. 1776 

Man no one believed. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93122; 
Eugene Wang & Harry Kleiner, New York. 1777 

Manna from heaven. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93071; 
Bene Russell, New York. 1778 



Many are the hearts. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1945; D 93176; 
Joel Earnest, Stony Point, N. Y. 1779 

March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

1780-1783 
Mar. 29, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1945; D 92888. 
Apr. 5, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1945; D 92993. 
Apr. 12, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 93144. 
Apr. 19, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1945; D 93182. 

Mark upon Cain. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92868; 
John H. Taylor, Chicago. 1784 

Marriage bargain. See Dr. Christian. 

Marrying widow; by Kay Freeland Stone. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1945; D 92960; Catherine L. Stone, Lima, 
O. 1785 

Martir (El) de la escalera; por Ramon [i. e. Ray- 
mond] Piedra. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 93229; 
Raymond Piedra, Long Island City, N. Y. 1786 

Medic. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1945; D 93151; Rudolf Kaf- 
ka, Oberlin, O. 1787 

Medicine men. © 1 c. Feb, 28, 1945; D 92828; 
Leonard Gershe, Saranac Lake, N. Y. 1788 

Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 1789-1792 

Episode 60, Corliss interprets a dream. © 1 c. 

Apr. 7, 1945; D 92987. 
Episode 61, Corliss and the Magi. © 1 c. Apr. 

7, 1945; D 92988. 
Episode 62, Corliss Archer, nurses aid. © 1 c. 

Apr. 7, 1945; D 92989. 
Episode 63, The school concert. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 

1945; D 92990. 

Men of good will; by Aron Slotas [pseud, of U. C. Dl 
Sant'Orsola] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; D 93266; 
Umberto Cugia Di Sant'Orsola, Lisbon, Portugal. 

1793 

Metara seeks power. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Michael Axford - movie star. See Green Hornet. 

Miracles plus; or, The Dunninger miracle revue, 
by Earl Kennedy. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 93023; 
National concert & artists Corp., New York. 

1794 

Miss Gillie Flagg; by H. H. Haywood [pseud, of H. 
H. H. Edwards] © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1945; D 93009; 
Hilda Haywood Howe Edwards, Charleston, S. C. 

1795 

Missing dead. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Mother Goose. © Nov. 9, 1944; D 92928; K. O. 
Samuel, Sideup, England. 1796 

Murder in the afternoon. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93123; 
Eugene Wang & Harry Kleiner, New York. 1797 

Murder on ice. See Grand hotel. 

Murder on the houseboat. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93124; 
Eugene Wang & Harry Kleiner, New York. 1798 



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n o . 4, 1945 



1843 



My lady make-believe. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; D 
93153; Helene Heathcote Guild, New York. 1799 

My son, my son. See Greatest of these. 

Myra. See Dr. Christian. 

Mysterious Mr. Harris. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93121; 
Eugene Wang & Harry Kleiner, New York. 1800 

Mystery of the horse pistol. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 
93125; Eugene Wang & Harry Kleiner, New York. 

1801 

Natchez. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1945; D 92932; Thela 
Isabelle Antoinette Le Donne, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 1802 

Naturally navy. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1945; D 93250; 
Anna Evalynn Gray, Washington. 1803 

Neighbors. See Bundle from heaven. 

Nelson streamlined newspaper carrier boy sales- 
men training. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; D 92951; 
Harold L. Nelson, Kewanee, III. 1804 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the black widow 
spiders. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the missing artist. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the murder book. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the persecuted 
actor. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the shattered watch. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the unburied body. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the unlucky jockey. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

No cross, no crown. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92867; 
Dean Norton, New York. 1805 

No time for tears; or, Faith, hope, and no charity. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1945; D 93012; Beulah Poynter, 
New York. 1806 

Not china dishes. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 92961; 
Noel B. Gerson, New York. 1807 

Number one enemy. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; D 92918; 
Emil Kern, Newark, N. J. 1808 

Of love and hate. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; D 92841; 
Andrew Rosenthal, New York. 1809 

Off the record. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92934; 
Herman Henry Dinsmore & Edwin Ezra Gordon, 
New York. 1810 

Oh brother. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1945; D 92898; Jacques 
Deval, New York. 1811 

Oh, momma, it's Joe. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93118; 
Richard H. Turner, New York. 1812 



Oh I Say can you see. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 93117; 
William Miller, New York. 1813 

Oh, to be single again; by Gene Cringlle [pseud, of 
E. Goldstein] © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1945; D 92886; Eu- 
gene Goldstein, Long Island City, N. Y. 1814 

On the downbeat; audition, Mar. 6, 1945. © 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1945; D 93018; Glenn Burrs, Chicago. 

1815 

One foot in heaven; script nos. 1, 2, 4-7, Feb. 4, 11, 
25, Mar. 4, 11, 18, 1945. © 1 c. each Apr. 4, 
1945; D 92936-92941; Hartzell Spence, Fairling- 
ton, Va. 1816-1821 

One under the coat. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1945; D 93035; 
Charles O'Riordan & Daniel O'Riordan, Brook- 
lyn. 1822 

One went to the gallows. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Ouphe of the wood; from the story, by Jean Ingelow, 
adapted for radio by E. A. Reisewitz. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1945; D 93093; Ellen Anna Reisewitz, 
Memphis, Tenn. 1823 

Our hearts are with you. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 
92822; Maren Dare, New York. 1824 

Out of the storm. See Greatest of these. 

Out of their time. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; D 92963; 
Zita Johann, West Nyack, N. Y. 1825 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 3046, by 
Leston Huntley. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 93040; 
Procter & Gamble co. , Cincinnati. • 1826 

Pacific service. See Green Hornet. 

Parachute jump. © Mar. 10, 1945; D 92869; Robert 
J. Ross, New York. 1827 

Parade. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92830; Robert 
Binckley Mauger, Philadelphia. 1828 

Paragraph (A)-Americana; or, Arabella Long, 
evangelist. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92882; Jo- 
seph H. Benner, Allentown, Pa. 1829 

Parents' magazine on the air; by Ralph Rosenberg. 
© Parents' institute, inc., New York. 1830-1840 
Program nos. 23-28. © 1 c. each Mar. 28, 1945; 

D 92831-92836. 
Program nos. 29-33. © 1 c. each Apr. 21,1945; 

D 93169-93173. 

Partly cloudy. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; D 92895; Peter 
Garey, Hollywood, Calif. 1841 

Partners. See Dr. Christian. 

Paula Buchanan. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Peepshow plays; or, Student answers to what shall 
I write about, edited by D. A. Dondore. © Apr. 
15, 1945; D 93090; Dorothy Anne Dondore, Min- 
neapolis. *842 

Peer Gynt; by Henrik Ibsen, in a new translation by 
Curtis [i. e. F. C] Canfield. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; 
D 92948; Fayette Curtis Canfield, Cambridge, 
Mass. 1843 



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1844 



Penelope's daughters. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1945; D 
93184; Donald L. Witty, New York. 1844 

Penny Post; by Pamela Winslow [pseud, of J. Bour- 
delle] © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 92755; Joan 
Bourdelle, New York. 1845 

Pericles - a trilogy. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 93088; 
Freeland F. Penney, Washington. 1846 

Photo finish. See Green Hornet. 

Picture in the dark. See Green Hornet. 

Polonaise. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93135; Gott- 
fried Reinhardt & Anthony Veiller, New York. 

1847 

Press photographers' show. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; 
D 93068; James J. Ward, Chicago. 1848 

Preston's dilemma. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Punch and Judy; Mar. 26, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1945; D 92839; Robert B. Drake, Knoxville, Tenn. 

1849 

Quackery, unlimited. See Greatest of these. 

Quest of the Magi. © Aug. 10, 1944; D 92925; Ethel 
Cooper Gray, Los Angeles. 1850 

Radio bingo; Jan. 12, 1945. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1945; D 
93084; Julien Riopel, Montreal. 1851 

Radio broadcast. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93230; 
Kenneth William Kahn, New York. 1852 

Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 

1853-1857 
Feb. 27, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1945; D 92826. 
Mar. 20, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 93178. 
Mar. 27, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; D 92922. 
Apr. 3. 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 93078. 
Apr. 10, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; D 93116. 

Ratio of 67 U; by Sleepey [i. e. C. S.] Anderson. © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1945; D 92984; Carl Sigfrid Ander- 
son, Elmwood, Conn. 1858 

Reconditioned Romeo; or, Alice, of the rest cure. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93137; William Chandler 
Patterson, San Francisco. 1859 



Regina. © Mar. 
Brooklyn. 



1945; D 93073; Starr R. Moore, 
1860 



Report to the nation; by Bill Slocum, jr. & Margaret 

Miller. © Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 

New York. 1861-1867 

Feb. 10, Mar. 3, 1945. © Feb. 19, Apr. 6, 1945; 

D 93130, 93138. 

© Apr. 10, 1945; D 93139, 



Mar. 10, 17, 1945. 

93140. 
Mar. 24, 31, Apr. 

93141-93143. 



7, 1945. © Apr. 16, 1945; D 



Return of Nick Carter; by Jock MacGregor. © 
Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

1868-1874 
Mar. 11, 1945, Webs of murder; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the black widow spiders. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 92847. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Mar. 18, 1945, Death goes to the post; or, Nick 
Carter and the mystery of the unlucky jockey. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 92848. 

Mar. 25, 1945; Death behind the scenes; or, Nick 
Carter and the mystery of the persecuted ac- 
tor. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92903. 

Apr. 1, 1945, Death at the studio; or, Nick Car- 
ter and the mystery of the murder book. © 1 
c. Apr. 5, 1945; D 92955. 

Apr. 8, 1945, Death at the toll bridge; or, Nick 
Carter and the mystery of the missing artist. 
© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 93160. 

Apr. 16, 1945, The missing dead; or, Nick Car- 
ter and the mystery of the unburied body. © 
1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 93161. 

Apr. 22, 1945, The truth machine; or, Nich Car- 
ter and the mystery of the shattered watch. 
© 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93216. 

Revolt of the toys. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 93208; 
Benjamin Zavin, Brooklyn. 1875 

Rich full life. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92862; Vina 
Delmar, New York. 1876 

Right to happiness; episode no. 1417, by John M. 
Young. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 93039; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1877 

Rise and fall of Rome. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93129; 
Eugene Wang & Harry Kleiner, New York. 1878 

Road of life; episode no. 1963, by Howard Teichmann. 
© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 93036; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1879 

Rumbin galleries; based on Booth Tarkington's 
novel of the same name. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1945; 
D 93210; Shelley O'Day, New York. 1880 

St. Lazar's pharmacy. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1945; D 
92846; Miklos Laszlo; Long Island City, N. Y. 

1881 

Satire and nuts. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1945; D 92885; 
Benjamin Clinton Blossner, New York. 1882 

Scandinavian plays of the twentieth century; 2d 
series [by J Nordahl Grieg, Helge Krog, Kaj Munk 
[and others], introduction by Alrik Gustafson, 
[translated by J. B. C. Watkins, Roy Campbell & 
Hanna A. Larsen] © Dec. 14, 1944; D 92890; 
American-Scandinavian foundation, New York. 

1883 

School concert. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Scrapper McGuire's hero. See Green Hornet. 

Sergeant Gabriel; by A. Barratt & Hugh Abercrom- 
bie [pseud, of H. A. Anderson] © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1945; D 92981; Augustus Barratt & Hugh Aber- 
crombie Anderson, New York. 1884 

Shackles of truth. See Greatest of these. 

Shades of violet. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; D 92949; 
Paula Hussey & Edward Baker Hussey,New York. 

1885 

Shadow. © Street & Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 1886-1888 






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no. 4, 1945 



1934 



Mar. 25, 1945, The destroyer, by Alfred Bester. 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1945; D 92902. 
Apr. 1, 1945, The sword of Dengri-La, by Bob 

Shaw. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; D 92953. 
Apr. 8, 1945, The little man who wasn't there, by 

Alfred Bester. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1945; D 93159. 

Shadow that walked. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93128; Eu- 
gene Wang & Harry Kleiner, New York. 1889 

Shake the dreaming god. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; D 
92921; John F. Matthews, Los Angeles. 1890 

She married the army. See Grand hotel. 

Shroud for Sara. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1945; D 93148; 
Emile C. Tepperman, Long Island City, N. Y. 

1891 

Sign here, please; by Philip Lewis. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1945; D 93065; E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & co., 
Wilmington, Del. 1892 

Signals on; by Barry Lane [pseud, of L. EislerJ © 
Lawrence Eisler, Brooklyn. 1893-1898 

Feb. 1, 8, 1945. © 1 c. each Mar. 3, 1945; D 

92816, 92817. 
Feb. 22, Mar. 1, 8, 15, 1945. © 1 c. each Apr. 

11, 1945; D 93031-93034. 

Sing for your money. See Sing, sing for Butch. 

Sing, sing for Butch; or, Sing for your money. © 1 
c. Mar. 27, 1945; D 92825; Herbert S. W. Cox, 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 1899 

Slightly luminous. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92977; 
John Walter Bloch, Cleveland. 1900 

Snafu. © Mar. 28, 1945; D 92946; Louis Solomon & 
• Harold Buchman, New York. 1901 

So sure. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92874; Mitchel D. 
Auerbach, New York. 1902 

Some like it cold. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1945; D 92970; 
James N. Carhartt, New York. 1903 

Song of Norway; based on the life and music of Ed- 
vard Grieg, from a story by Homer Cur ran, 
book by M. Lazarus, lyrics & musical adaptation 
by Robert Wright & George Forrest. [Text only] 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92912; Milton Lazarus, 
West Hollywood, Calif. 1904 

Song of the medics; text & music by P. M. Freed- 
man & C. Broffman. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; D 
76408; Philip M. Freedman & Charles Broffman, 
New York. 1905 

Song of the radish; by Anne Seymour. © Mar. 26, 
1945; D 92873; American theatre wing war ser- 
vice, inc., New York. 1906 

Spring flight; by Bert Harlen. © 1 c. Apr. 21,1945; 
D 93212; Minta P. Sauble, Los Angeles. 1907 

Spring is here; by Carl J. Waldorf [pseud, of G. 
Sarkis] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 93024; George 
Sarkis, New York. 1908 

Steal (The) © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92935; Grace 
A. Fendler, Santa Monica, Calif. 1909 



Step between; by William Stone & Claire Read[pseud. 
of C. H. Davis J © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1945; D 93099; 
Claire H. Davis, New York. 1910 

Steps to stardom; by Paul J. Barnes. © Talent scouts 
& broadcast productions, inc., Chicago. 

1911-1913 
No. 1, Frances Wayne. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1945; D 

92887. 
No. 2, Dottie Dotson. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 

93028. 
No. 3, Iris Stothard. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 
93076. 

Stories of the press photographer; by Dan Shandling 
& Clark Davis. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92975; 
James J. Ward, Chicago. 1914 

Story of the Bible, Hezekiah sequence; by Katharine 
Seymour & Adele Seymour. © General mills, 
inc., Minneapolis. 1915-1919 

The death of King Ahaz. © Apr. 4, 1945; D 

93235. 
Hephzibah leaves Jerusalem. © Apr. 10, 1945; 

D 93237. 
Hezekiah, king of Judah. © Apr. 10, 1945; D 

93236. 
Metara seeks power. © Mar. 15, 1945; D 93233. 
Timna, and a plan. © Apr. 4, 1945; D 93234. 

Straight from Havana. © 1 c.Apr. 7,1945;D 92992; 
Shirley Jane Gorson, Merion, Pa. 1920 

Student answers to what shall I write about. See 
Peepshow plays. 

Sunday dinner for a soldier. See Lux radio theatre. 

Susie. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; D 92950; Curtis Cook- 
sey, Ardsley, N. Y. 1921 

Swanee River. See Lux radio theatre. 

Sword of Dengri-La. See Shadow. 

Take your medicine; by Felicia Metcalfe. © Mar. 
23, 1945; D 02944; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 1922 

Tale of two cities. See Lux radio theatre. 

Tax collector. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1945; D 92910; Harry 
M- Laff, Los Angeles. 1923 

Teen canteen. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92976; Kath- 
leen June Norris, New York. 1924 

Tennessee Jed; episodes 1-7, Apr. 2-6, 9, 10, by J. 
Walter Thompson co. © 1 c. each Apr. 12, 1945; 
D 93055-93061; Ward baking co., New York. 

1925-1931 

Thanks for tomorrow. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1945; D 
93206; Robert Emerson Hall, Cleveland. 1932 

This certain age; by Claire [i. e. M. C] Warner. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1945; D 92933; Mary Claire Warner, 
Carmel, Calif. 1933 

Three plays. © Apr. 2, 1945; D 93062; Umberto 
Morganti, Denver. 1934 



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1935 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Through the looking glass. See Alice. 

Thumbs up, buddies. © Apr. 9, 1945; D 93119; 
Leonide Mostovoy & George S. George, New York. 

1935 

Time for tonight. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1945; D 92821; 
Eugene Morris Lerner, New York. 1936 

Time will tell. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 92819; 
Pauline Sarris, Linton, Ind. 1937 

Times demand; by Lucy Schulte. © Mar. 14, 1945; D 
93080; National board of the Young women's 
Christian associations of the U. S. A., New York. 

1938 

Timna, and a plan. See Story of the Bible, Heze- 
kiah sequence. 

Tin Pan Alley of the air; by Bob Carman & Judith 
Tom. © Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago. 

1939-1946 
Feb. 3, 10, 17, 1945. © 1 c. each Feb. 21, 1945; 

D 92913-92915. 
Mar. 31, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92843. 
Apr. 7, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92985. 
Apr. 14, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1945; D 93086. 
Apr. 21, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93147. 
Apr. 28, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1945; D 93243. 

Toasties time; by Benton & Bowles, inc. © General 
foods corp., New York. 1947, 1948 

Mar. 4, 1945. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92892. 
Mar. 18, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; D 92952. 

Too many victories. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1945; D 92889; 
James Warwick, Deal, N. J. 1949 

Too much Bluebeard; by Gertrude Jennings. © Oct. 
26, 1944; D 92930; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1950 

Top tunes of the week. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1945; D 
93133; Benjamin F. Feiner, jr., New York. 1951 

Town house. © Mar. 14, 1945; D 93011; Robert P. 
Messenger, Kenilworth, 111. 1952 

Trap for a Mountie. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Trial by fire. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Truth machine. See Return of Nick Carter. 

28 Grosvenor. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1945; D 93089; Arch 
Whitehouse, Westmoreland Depot, N. H. 1953 

Uncharted flight. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92969; 
Eleanor Flock & Edna Anne Hall, Lewistown, 
Mont. 1954 

Unto us a son. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 93070; Al- 
fred Aiken, New York. 1955 



Us talking; episode 1, by Jack H. Gordun & Michael 
Ames. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1943; D 92827; Jacob 
Harris Gordon, Maiden, Mass. 1956 

Variation of the people. See Doctor of laughter 
and smiles program. 

Voices. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 92865; Jane Goodell, 
New Milford, Conn. 1957 

Wall. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93149; Ross Lawther, 
Dallas. 1958 

Walls of Jericho. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92980; 
Arnaud D'Usseau & James Gow, New York. 1959 

Water to the thirsty. See Dr. Christian. 

We would see Jesus; book & lyrics by May M. Brew- 
ster, incidental music by Stewart Landon [pseud, 
of Roger C. Wilson] © Feb. 16, 1945; D 76411; 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 1960 

Webs of murder. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Welcome home; by Norman Tokar & Catherine 
Boner, from an original idea by N. Tokar. © 1 
c. Apr. 26, 1945; D 93244; Alfred F. Tokar, 
Newark, N. J. 1961 

What's in a name. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1945; D 93107; 
Brayton W. Castle, Terre Ha'ute, Ind. 1962 

Where there's a will. See Green Hornet. 

Whistler's mother. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 93079; 
Robert Alexander Bachmann, New York. 1963 

White Apache. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1945; D 92920; Lyn- 
ton Wright Brent, Cortaro, Ariz. 1964 

Winged victory; by Moss Hart. © Dec. 4, 1944; AA 
478674; Avon book co., New York. 1965 

Winnie wins the war. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; D 
93069; Louis H. Hammer, New York. 1966 

Witch Enidor. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 92979; Duard 
Warren Sexton, Des Moines. 1967 

Woman of America; episode no. 561, by Doria Fol- 
liott. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1945; D 93038; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1968 

Write me in, darling. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 
92864; Joseph Hill, Valley Cottage, N. Y. 1969 

Years between. See Greatest of these. 

Young idea. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 92877; Roger 
Garis, New York. 1970 

Young Mrs. Holloway. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; D 
92842; George Batson, New York. 1971 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,312 unpublished) 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 14 unpublished) 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 24 unpublished) 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 



Total- 



1,514 
19 
33 

1 

1,567 



56 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[1971 



Adventures of grandpa. © Walter Ben Hare, 
Phoenix, Ariz. R 136273, Jan. 19, 1945. 1 

Couple of million. © Walter Ben Hare, Phoenix, 
Ariz. R 136270, Jan. 19, 1945. 2 

Daughter of the sun; by L. J. Howard & Ralph T. 
Kettering. © Lorin J. Howard, Philadelphia. R 

136660, Feb. 2, 1945. 3 

Elizabeth's young man. © Louise Seymour Has- 
brouck, Ogdensburg, N. Y. R 136272, Jan. 19, 
1945. 4 

Going up; by George S. Kaufman. © Edward B. 
Marks music Corp., New York. R 136084, Nov. 
3, 1944. 5 

Good for nothing husband; by Whitney [i. e. E. W.] 
Collins. © Eli Whitney Collins, Little Rock, Ark. 
R 136550, Feb. 13, 1945. 6 

Lure of the city; by Whitney [i. e. E. W.] Collins. 
© Eli Whitney Collins, Little Rock, Ark. R 
136551, Feb. 13, 1945. 7 

Marriage question; by L.J.Howardfc Ralph Thomas 
Kettering. © Lorin J. Howard, Philadelphia. R 

136661, Feb. 2, 1945. 8 



One must eat; by Elmer L. Reizenstein [i.e. Elmer 
Rice] © Elmer Rice, Stamford, Conn. R 
136638, Feb. 1, 1945. 9 

Pipes of Pan. © Edward Childs Carpenter, New 
Hartford, Conn. R 136655, Feb. 1, 1945. 10 

Play (A) a month. © Alice W. Chaplin, Weymouth, 
Mass. R 136271, Jan. 19, 1945. 11 

Romeo and Juliet (Tragedy of); by William Shake- 
speare, edited by Jennie F. Chase. © Edward 
C. Foote, St. Louis. R 136555, Feb. 1, 1945. 

12 

Shadow on the throne; by Edwin Milton Royle. © 
Selena Fetter Royle, New York. R 136203, Jan. 
16, 1945. 13 

Sick-a-bed; by Ethel Watts Mumford. © George 
Mumford Watts, Port Washington, N. Y. R 
136184, Jan. 13, 1945. 14 

Struggle everlasting; by Edwin Milton Royle. © 
Selena Fetter Royle, New York. R 136204, Jan. 
16, 1945. 15 

Uncle Sam's girl. © Lorin Howard, Philadelphia. 
R 136662, Feb. 2, 1945. 16 



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MOTION PICTURES 



[Accessory assembly, tools and procedures]; no. 1, 
Hand soldering. © Jan. 1, 1945; M 14822; Loucks 
& Norling studios, New York. 1972 

Affairs of Susan. © Mar. 29, 1945; L 13202; Hal 
Wallis productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

1973 

[Aircraft work, aircraft maintenance] © Jam 
Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 1974-1976 
Patching fabric. © Apr. 1, 1945; M 15826. 
Repairing structural tubing. © Apr. 1, 1945; M 

15824. 
Splicing a wooden spar. © Apr. 1, 1945; M 

15825. 

[Aircraft work, wood fabrication] © Bray studios, 
inc., New York. * 1977-1982 

1, Building a wooden rib. © Feb. 1, 1945; M 
15827. 

2, Building a box beam spar. © Feb. 1, 1945; M 
15828. 

3, Laying out and forming plywood. © Feb. 1, 

1945; M 14829. 

4, Wing assembly, the nose section. © Feb. 1, 

1945; M 15830. 

5, Wing assembly, the inboard panel. © Feb. 1, 

1945; M 15831. 

6, Wing assembly, the bow tip. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
M 15832. 

Beach polka. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15842; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1983 

Big Shot. See Great Flamarion. 

Breaking the bottleneck. © Apr. 5, 1945; M 15790; 
Folding paper box assn. of America, New York. 

1984 

Broaching an internal keyway. See Machine shop 
work, operations on a broaching machine. 

Building a box beam spar. See Aircraft work, 
wood fabrication. 



Building a wooden rib. See Aircraft work, wood 
fabrication. • 

Buzz me. © Apr. 2, 1945; M 15783; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1985 

Care of the cardiac patient. See Nursing. 

Catch 'em and eat 'em. © July 7, 1944; M 15756; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 1986 

Chilly 'n cold. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15848; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1987 



China today. © title, descr. & 7 prints reed. Apr. 
16, 1945; M 15849; Roland Shang-Yoong Lawler, 
Detroit. 1988 

Circumstantial evidence; based on a stor>y, by Nat 
Ferber & Sam Duncan. © Feb. 16, 1945; L 
13212; Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. 1989 

Clock; based on a story, by Paul Gallico & Pauline 
Gallico. © Mar. 23, 1945; L 13200; Loew's.inc, 
New York. 1990 

Dillinger. © Feb. 27, 1945; L 13183; Monogram 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1991 

Docks of New Yu-k. © Feb. 2, .1945; L 13179; 
Monogram pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1992 

Dog watch. © Jan. 2, 1945; L 13213; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif. 1993 

Donald's crime. © Jan. 1, 1945; L 13211; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1994 

Double ram vertical surface broaching. See Ma- 
chine shop work, operations on a broaching ma- 
chine. 

Dream came true. © Apr. 2, 1945; M 15776; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1995 

Earl Carroll vanities; based on original story, by 
Cortland Fitzsimmons. © Mar. 7, 1945; L 13189; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 1996 

Electron - an introduction. See Engineering, elec- 
tronics. 



[Engineering, electronics]; no. 1, The electron - an 
introduction. © Feb. 1, 1945; M 15823; Loucks 
& Norling studios, New York. 1997 

Eyes have it. © Jan. 2, 1945; L 13214; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif; 1998 

Farm work, livestock; no. 2, Horseshoeing. © Aug. 
1, 1944; M 15812; Calvin co., Kansas City, Mo. 

1999 

Feather your nest. © Oct. 23, 1944; L 13178; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 2000 

Film vodvil; series 2, nos. 2, 3. © Oct. 27, Dec. 8, 
1944; M 15750, 15751; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2001, 2002 

[Foundry practice, bench molding] © Atlas educa- 
tional film co., Oak Park, 111. 2003-2007 
1, Molding with a loose pattern, bench. © Mar. 
1, 1945; M 15817. 



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no. 4. 1945 



_2Q3J 



2, Making a simple core* © Mar. 1, 1945; M 
15818. 

3, Molding part having a vertical core. © Mar. 
1, 1945; M 15819. 

4, Molding with a split pattern. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
M 15820. 

5, Molding with a gated pattern. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
M 15821. 

[Foundry practice, floor molding] © Atlas educa- 
tional film co., Oak Park, 111. 2008-2010 

1, Molding with a loose pattern, floor. © Mar. 
1, 1945; M 15814. 

2, Molding part with deep green sand core. © 
Mar. 1, 1945; M 15815. 

4, Molding a horizontal cored part. © Mar. 1, 
1945; M 15816. 

Fuzzy wuzzy. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15844; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2011 

C I. honeymoon; adapted from a play, by A. J. 
Rubien, Robert Chapin & Marion Page Johnson. 
© Jan. 10, 1945; L 13184; Monogram pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2012 

Gabriel Churchkitten. © Dec. 15, 1944; L 13185; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 2013 

Gage blocks and accessories. See Machine shop 
work, precision measurement. 

Game bag. © Mar. 30, 1945; M 15775; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 2014 

God is my co-pilot; from the book, by Robert Lee 
Scott, jr. ©Apr. 7, 1945; L 13197; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 2015 

Great Flamarion; based on a character, Big Shot, 
by Vicki Baum. © Feb. 23, 1945; L 13190; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 2016 

Great stagecoach robbery; based on Fred Har man's 
famous NEA comic. © Feb. 9, 1945; L 13181; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 2017 

Hand soldering. See Accessory assembly, tools 
and procedures. 

Her lucky night. © Jan. 26, 1945; L 13193; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 2018 

Hillbilly holiday. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15845; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2019 

Horseshoeing. See Farm work, livestock. 

Hotel Berlin; based on a novel, by Vicki Baum. © 
Mar. 15, 1945; L 13196; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 2020 

I dream of you. © Apr. 2, 1945; M 15780; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2021 

I love a soldier. © June 14, 1944; L 13191; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 2022 



I'll be seeing you; based on a radio play, by Charles 
Martin. © Jan. 5, 1945; L 13192; Vanguard films, 
inc., Culver city, Calif. 2023 

In the meantime, darling. ©Sept. 13, 1944; L 13204; 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 

2024 

Instructing the worker on the job. See Problems 
in supervision. 

Introducing the new worker to his job. See Prob- 
lems in supervision. 

It looks like rain. © Mar. 12, 1945; L 13206; Loew's, 
inc., NewTork. 2025 

It's a pleasure. © Mar. 28, 1945; L 13180; Inter- 
national pictures, inc, Los Angeles. 2026 

Jasper Tell. © Mar. 23, 194S; L 13186; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 2027 

Jerky Turkey. © Mar. 30, 1945; L 13199; L ew's, 
inc., New York. 2028 

Jesse James. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15843; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2029 

Josephine. © Apr. 2, 1945; M 15778; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2030 

Keep 'em milking. © title, descr. & 2 prints reed. • 
Mar. 28, 1945; M 15754; Babson bros. co., Chi- 
cago. 2031 

Laura; adapted from the novel, by Vera Caspary. 
© Oct. 11, 1944; L 13194; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 2032 

Laying out and forming plywood. See Aircraft 
work, wood fabrication. 

Little white lie. '© Feb. 20, 1945; L 13207; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 2033 

[Machine shop work, operations on a broaching ma- 
chine] © Ray-Bell films, inc., St. Paul. 

2034-2036 

1, Broaching an internal keyway. © Mar. 1, 
1945; M 15809. 

2, Single ram vertical surface broaching. © 
Mar. 1, 1945; M 15838. 

3, Double ram vertical surface broaching. © 
Mar. i, 1945; M 15811. 

[Machine shop work, operations on a planer]; 2, 
Planing a dovetail slide. © Mar. 1, 1945; M 
15810; Ray-Bell films, inc., St. Paul. "2037 

[Machine shop work, precision measurement]; 8, 
Gage blocks and accessories. © Mar. 1, 1945; 
M 15813; Ray-Bell films, inc., St. Paul. 

2038 

Maintaining workers' interest. See Problems in 
supervision. 

Making a simple core. See Foundry practice, 
bench molding. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2039 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Manhunt of Mystery Island; chaps. 6-10, inclusive. 
© Feb. 26, 1945; L 13182; Republic pictures 
corp. , New York. 2039 

Mas dinero en el ordefio. © title, descr. & 2 prints 
reed. Mar. 28, 1945; M 15753; Babson bros. co., 
Chicago. 2040 

Molding a horizontal cored part. See Foundry 
practice, floor molding. 

Molding part having a vertical core. See Foundry 
practice, bench molding. 

Molding part with deep green sand core. See Foun- 
dry practice, floor molding. 

Molding with a gated pattern. See Foundry prac- 
tice, bench molding. 

Molding with a loose pattern, bench. See Foundry 
practice, bench molding. 

Molding with a loose pattern, floor. See Foundry 
practice, floor molding. 



Molding with a split pattern, 
tice, Bench molding. 



See Foundry prac- 



Money making milking. © title, descr. & 2 prints 
reed. Mar. 28, 1945; M 15752; Babson bros. co., 
Chicago. 2041 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 50-57. © Feb. 20, 23, 
27, Mar. 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 1945; M 15761-15766, 
15791, 15792; Movietonews, inc., New York. 

2042-2049 

Musical Mexico. © Apr. 11, 1945; M 15835; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2050 

New supervisor takes a look at his job. See Prob- 
lems in supervision. 

News of the day; v. 16, nos. 237-251. © Jan. 17, 
19, 24, 26, 31, Feb. 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 20, 23, 28, 
Mar. 2, 7, 1945; M 15793-15807; Hearst metro- 
tone news, inc., New York. 2051-2065 

[Nursing]; Care of the cardiac patient.. © Feb. 15, 
1945; M 15839; Willard pictures, New York. 

2066 

Nymphs of the lake. © June 9, 1944; M 15760; 
Twentieth century- Fox film Corp., New York. 

2067 

Odor-able kitty. ©.Dec. 26, 1944; M 15834; Vita- 
phone corp. x New York. 2068 

On approval; from the play, by Frederick Lonsdale. 
© Feb. 10, 1945; L 13209; English films, inc., 
New York. 2069 

Patching fabric. See Aircraft work, aircraft main- 
tenance. 

Pedestrian patterns. © title, descr. & small roll 
reed. Apr. 11, 1945. M 15833; Edward Thomas 
Myers, Chicago. 2070 

Pick a peck of plumbers. © Aug. 4, 1944; L 13201; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2071 



Picture of Dorian Gray; based upon the novel, by 
Oscar Wilde. © Mar. 6, 1945; L 13198; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 2072 

Placing the right man on the job. See Problems in 
supervision. 

Planing a dovetail slide. See Machine shop work, 
operations on a planer. 

Popular science; J 4-4. © Apr. 6, 1945; M 15808; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 2073 

Preacher and the bear. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15847; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2074 

[Problems in supervision] © Caravel films, inc., 
New York. 2075-2082 

Instructing the worker on the job. © Nov. 1, 

1944; M 15771. 
Introducing the new worker to his job. © Nov. 

1, 1944; M 15770. 
Maintaining workers' interest. © Nov. 1, 1944; 

M 15772. 
A new supervisor takes a look at his job. © Nov. 

1, 1944; M 15769. 
Placing the right man on the job. © Nov. 1, 1944; 

M 15773. 
Supervising workers on the job. © Nov. 1, 1944; 

M 15774. 
The supervisor as a leader, pts. 1, 2. © Nov. 

1, 1944; M 15767, 15768. 

Pumpa pumpa. © Apr. 2, 1945; M 15779; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2083 

Reapiring structural tubing. See Aircraft work, 
aircraft maintenance. 

Salome, where she danced; from an original story, 
by Michael J. Phillips. © Apr. 3, 1945; L 13195; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 2084 

Saturday night, is the loneliest night in the week. 
© Apr. 16j 1945; M 15840; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2085 

Secret mission; from an original story, by Shaun 
Terence Young. © Jan. 4, 1945; L 13210; Eng- 
lish films, inc., New York. 2086 

Servicio Surge. © title, descr. & 2 prints reed. 
Mar. 28, 1945; M 15755; Babson bros. co., Chi- 
cago. 2087 

Sheriff of Cimarron. © Feb. 21, 1945; L 13203; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 2088 

Shrines of Yucatan. © Feb. 20, 1945; M 15837; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 2089 

Side show. © Apr. 2, 1945; M 15782; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 

2090 

Singing about a gal who married the wrong wrong 
man. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15841; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2091 

Single ram vertical surface broaching, gee Ma- 
chine shop work, operations on a broaching ma- 
chine. 



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no. 4, 1945 



MOTION PICTURES 



2108 



Ski slopes. © July 21, 1944; M 15759; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 2092 

Spinning steps. © Apr. 2, 1945; M 15777; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

. 2093 

Splicing a wooden spar. See Aircraft work, air- 
craft maintenance. 

Students of form. © June 30, 1944; M 15758; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

2094 

Supervising workers on the job. See Problems in 
supervision. 

Supervisor as a leader, pts. 1, 2. See Problems 
in supervision. 

Take it big. © June 5, 1944; L 13187; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 2095 

Track and field quiz. © Mar. 11, 1945; M 15836; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 2096 

Twirls and girls. © Apr. 16, 1945; M 15846; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2097 

Universal newsreel; v. 18, nos. 375-380. © Feb. 



27, Mar. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 1945; M 15784-15789; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

2098-2103 

Unusual occupations; L 3-6. © Sept. 1, 1944; M 
15757; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

2104 

Unwelcome guest. © Feb. 21, 1945; L 13208; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 2105 

Utah; based on a story, by Gilbert Wright & Betty 
Burbridge. © Mar. 8, 1945; L 13188; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 2106 

Where the mountains meet the sky. © Apr. 2, 1945; 
M 15781; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 2107 

Wing assembly, the bow tip. See Aircraft work, 
wood fabrication. 

Wing assembly, the inboard panel. See Aircraft 
work, wood fabrication. 

Wing assembly, the nose section. See Aircraft 
work, wood fabrication. 

Without love; based on the play, by Philip Barry. © 
Mar. 25, 1945; L 13205; Loew's, inc., New York. 

2108 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 193 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 348 

Total- - - - 541 



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TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[2108 



Babes in the woods; adapted & supplemented by 
Bernard McConville. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 136068, Jan. 6, 1945. 1 

Bab's matinee idol. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 136185, Jan. 13, 1945. 2 

Devil-stone; from the story, by Beatrice DeMille & 
Leighton Osmun, adapted by Jeanie MacPherson. 
© Paramount pictures, inc., New York. R 
136190, Jan. 13, 1945. 3 

Doctor. See Heart of a lion. 

Eternal temptress. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 136189, Jan. 13, 1945. 4 

Fair barbarian; from the story, by Frances Hodg- 
son Burnett, adapted by Edith Kennedy. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. R 136188, Jan. 
13, 1945. 5 

For liberty. © Twentieth century- Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 136072, Jan. 6, 1945. 6 

Heart of a lion; adapted from the story, The doctor, 
by Ralph Connor. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 136067, Jan. 6, 1945. 7 

Her sister. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 136265, Jan. 14, 1945. 8 

Kingdom of lOve. © Twentieth century- Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136071, Jan. 6, 1945. 9 



Land of promise. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 136186, Jan. 13, 1945. 10 

Madame Dubarry. © Twentieth century- Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136073, Jan. 6, 1945. v 11 

Mary Gusta. See Petticoat pilot. 

Petticoat pilot; from the novel, Mary Gusta, by Joseph 
C. Lincoln. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 136195, Jan. 13, 1945. 12 

Pride of New York. © Twentieth century- Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136070, Jan. 6, 1945. 13 

Rose of the world. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 136193, Jan. 13, 1945. 14 

Secret game. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 136187, Jan. 13, 1945. 15 

Seven swans. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 136191, Jan. 13, 1945. 16 

Spirit of '17; from the story, by Willis Brown. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. R 136192, 
Jan. 13, 1945. 17 

Troublemakers. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136066, Jan. 6, 1945. 18 

Unknown 274. © Twentieth century- Fox film corp., 
New York. R 136069, Jan. 6, 1945. 19 

Widow's might. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 136194, Jan. 13, 1945. 20 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

No. .5 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D," Class D, Dramatic compositions: "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1945, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps — 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers -50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Agents of destruction. © 1 c. May 14, 1945; D 
93470; Julia Kurzer, Washington. 2109 

Alibi for Alkali. See Lone Ranger. 

American house. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1945; D 93106; 
Samuel H. Cohen & Bernice Cortelle, New York. 

2110 

Amos and Andy show; script nos. 16-27, Jan. 5, 12, 
19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 1945. 
© 1 c. each May 15, 1945; D 93489-93500; Charles 
J. Correll & Freeman F. Gosden, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 2111-2122 

And it came to pass. © 1 c. May 8, 1945; D 93519; 
George A. Lessey, New York. 2123 

And three were Thomas. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1945; D 
93466; Robert Emmett Deegan, Los Angeles. 

2124 

Barber of Savannah; based on Rossini's opera, The 
barber of Seville, libretto by Dave Ward, adapta- 
tions on Rossini music, additional music & lyrics 
by D. Ward & Russ David. [Libretto only] © 1 
c. May 5, 1945; D 93416; David A. Somson, St. 
Louis. 2125 

Barber of Seville; translated intoEnglish by George 
Fleming Houston. © 1 c. May 12, 1945; D 93469; 
Virginia Card Houston, Hollywood, Calif. 2126 

Barber of Seville. See Barber of Savannah. 

Beeble's country home. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 
93520; Sally Matthews, New York. 2127 

Beggar rides. © 1 c. May 12, 1945; D 93461; Mi- 
chael Caplin & Beatrice Caplin, University City, 
Mo. 2128 

Bell for Adano; dramatization of the novel by John 
Hersey. © Apr. 16, 1945; D 93253; Paul Osborn, 
Brookfield Center, Conn. 2129 

Belle Brodie. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93340; Cy 
Howard & Nan Howard, New York. 2130 

Between two brides; or Stop, look and love. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1945; D 93400; Sanford Sill, Los Angeles. 

2131 

Bill Bagley. See Lone Ranger. 

Bishop's candlesticks; from Les miserables, by 
Victor Hugo, dramatized by V. Rickert, jr. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 93344; Van Dusen Rickert, 
jr., Washington. 2132 

Blind bootmaker. See Lone Ranger. 



Boots to match; text & music by E. E. Whitworth. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; D 76417; Eugene E. Whit- 
worth, San Francisco. 2133 

Born actress. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; D 93407; Rose 
Esther Bakalar, Richmond. 2134 

Brass whistle. See Lone Ranger. 

Captain Kidd's treasure. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; D 
93540; Anne Preston Nicholson, Chicago. 2135 



Case of Norwegian underground, 
ing - counterspy. 



See David Hard- 



Case of the jewels. See David harding - counter- 
spy. 

Case of the river of eternal woe. See Shadow. 

Chase and Sanborn program; Apr. 1, 8, 1945. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 28, 1945; D 93306, 93307; Edgar John 
Bergen, Los Angeles. 2136, 2137 

Chick Carter - boy detective. © Street & Smith 
publications, inc., New York. 2138-2152 

Nos. 470-477, Apr. 23-27, 30, May 1, 2, 1945, 

by Fritz Blocki. © 1 c. each May 5, 1945; 

D 93359-93366. 
No. 478, May 3, 1945 by Charles Schenck, jr. 

© 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93367. 
Nos. 479-484, May 4, 7-11, 1945, by Charles 

Schenck, jr. © 1 c. each May 16, 1945; D 

93523-93528. 

Clefs (Les) du ciel. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93422; 
Louis Ducreux, Paris. 2153 

Collegio ad absurdum; or, The faint pursuit of 
knowledge. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93270; Theo- 
dore Howard Banks, Middletown, Conn. 2154 

Come home, sailor; by B. S. Taub & N. J. Mulbern. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93413; Belle S. Taub, 
Hartford. 2155 

Con man. See Lone Ranger. 

Contraband. See Lone Ranger. 

Corliss takes some glamour pictures. See Meet 
Corliss Archer. 

Corliss visits the dentist. See Meet Corliss Archer. 
Count (The) takes the count. See Lone Ranger. 

Court of fun. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; D 93405; Robert 
E. McCullough, Chicago. 2156 

Crash landing; by Sean O'Fallion [pseud, of M. F. 
Ettinger] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1945; D 93318; M. F. 
Ettinger, Fort Knox, Ky. 2157 



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Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

2158, 2159 
No. 246, Apr. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 

93262. 
No. 247, Apr. 29, 1945. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; D 
93406. 

Crime machine. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Dance. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93355; Odette De 
Laborde, Los Angeles. 2160 

Date with destiny. © 1 c. May 4, 1945; D 93350; 
Mildred Emetine Danforth, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. 

2161 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 
© Lord, inc., New York. 2162, 2163 

Program no. 148, Case of Norwegian underground. 

© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; D 93273. 
Program no. 149, Case of the jewels. © 1 c. 
May 10, 1945; D 93417. 

Day he returned. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93475; 
Nicolas D. Onofrio, Sulphur Springs, Fla. 

2164 

Deacon agrees. See Lone Ranger. 

Dead man's debt. See Lone Ranger. 

Dead or alive. See Lone Ranger. 

Dear Ruth. © May 1, 1945; D 93326; Norman Kras- 
na, Beverly Hills, Calif. 2165 

Death Valley sheriff; episode no. 34. © 1 c. May 
8, 1945; D 93387; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 2166 

Delayed action. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 93261; 
Joyce Denny s, New York. 2167 

Deserter. See Lone Ranger. 

Devil's pool. See Lone Ranger. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 2168, 2169 

Episode no. 334, Reclamation. © 1 c. May 8, 

1945; D 93386. 
Episode no. 335, The laughingest family. © 1 c. 
May 8, 1945; D 93385. 

Dr. Damrau's true stories. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; 
D 93271; Frederic Damrau, New York. 2170 

Dr. Theodor; by H. R. Lenz [pseud, of H. Lifezis] & 
G. Nilioff [pseud, of H. Geiger] © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1945; D 93415; Hugo Lifezis & Hermann Geiger, 
Buenos Aires. 2171 

Don Juan Tenorio; from the Spanish of Jose Zorrilla, 
translated & adapted by W. Owen. © Oct. 10, 
1944; D 93429; Walter Owen, Buenos Aires. 

2172 

Drums of Haiti; by R. Hart Phillips & I. H. Carrier. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1945; D 93323; Irma Hart Car- 
rier, New York. 2173 

Duel to the death. See Lone Ranger. 



pt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



Eleventh hour; by Van Ryper [pseud, of C. K. Van 
Riper] © 1 c. May 9, 1945; D 93409; Charles K. 
Van Riper, Carmel, Calif. 2174 

Enchanted star; by Tom Hughes Sanders [i. e. Thom- 
as H. Sanders] © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93269; 
Thomas Hughes Sanders, Chicago. 2175 

Exclusive story. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; D 93539; 
Anne Preston Nicholson, Chicago. 2176 

F. O. B. crime. See Lone Ranger. 

Faint pursuit of knowledge. See Collegio ad absur- 
dum. 

Fallen bridges. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 93256; 
Martin Munkacsi, New York. 2177 

Fandango; book & lyrics by Van Ryper [pseud, of C. 
K. Van Riper], music by Charles King. [Text 
only] © 1 c. May 9, 1945; D 93410; Charles K. 
Van Riper, Carmel. Calif. 2178 

Fateful night. © 1 c. May 6, 1945; D 93392; An- 
thony A. D'Amato, Philadelphia. 2179 

Fibber McGee and Molly; by Don Quinn & Phil Les- 
lie. © S. C. Johnson & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

2180-2186 
Jan. 16, 23, 30, 1945. © 1 c. each Feb. 26, 1945; 

D 93511-93513. 
Apr. 3, 10, 17,24, 1945. © 1 c. each May 2, 1945; 
D 93332-93335. 

Fighting with blood and death. © 1 c. May 14, 1945; 
D 93476; Marion Clyde Vaughn, Berkeley, Calif. 

2187 

Finding the eternal. © 1 c. May 12, 1945; D 93462; 
Joseph H. Benner, Allentown, Pa. 2188 

Firebrand. See Firebrand of Florence. 

Firebrand of Florence; based on the play, The fire- 
brand, by E. J. Mayer. [Text only] © 1 c. May 
14, 1945; D 93473; Edwin Justus Mayer, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2189 

Firewater. See Lone Ranger. 

Flames that were Lydia;by Doris Sorell [i. e. D. S. 
Nesnow] © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93420; Doris 
Sorell .Nesnow, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 2190 

Footsteps in the'sea; by Macklym Hartyl. © 1 c. May 
7, 1945; D 93391; Thomas E. H. Black, Detroit. 

2191 

For love or money. © 1 c. May 3, 1945; D 93343; 
Norman Locke, New York. 2192 

Foxhole in the parlor. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1945; D 
93304; Elsa Shelley, New York. 2193 

From the Great Beyond. See Lone Ranger. 

Gay rendezvous. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93354; 
Eugene Goldschlag, Brooklyn. 2194 

Gentler sex. © 1 c. May 2, 1945; D 93339; James 
Murray, Somerville, Mass. 2195 



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2277 



Getting Ma Gibbs married. See Mrs. Cassel's 
correspondence club. 

Ghost of Eddie Samuels. See Lone Ranger. 

Girl from Nantucket. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93319; 
Henry Adrian, New York. 2196 

Glorious (The) © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 93265; Ed- 
mund Bertram Hennefeld, East Elmhurst, L. I., 
N. Y. 2197 

Golden link. See Lone Ranger. 

Grand hotel; May 5, 1945, Vamp 'til ready, by 
Charles Holden. © 1 c. May 14, 1945; D 93472; 
Campana sales co., Batavia, III. 2198 

Great Gildersleeve; by John Whedon & Sam Moore. 
© Kraft Cheese co., Chicago. 2199-2204 

Nos. 152-154, Jan. 14, 21, 28, 1945. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 26. 1945; D 93514-93516. 
Nos. 163-165, Apr. 1, 8, 22, 1945. © 1 c. each 
May 2, 1945; D 93336-93338. 

Guarantee Jackson. See Lone Ranger. 

Gum beat. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 93557; William 
Wallace Juengst, New York. 2205 

Gun-magic. See Lone Ranger. 

Hail, hail. © 1 c. May 7, 1945; D 93370; Sibyl 
Bowan, Hollywood, Calif. 2206 

Hard cash. See Lone Ranger. 

Hasty heart. © May 1, 1945; D 93325; John Patrick, 
New York. 2207 

He who gets hooked. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93312; 
Albert Carriere, Carlisle, Pa. 2208 

Hitler's yom hadin. [Yiddish text] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1945; D 93341; Moyshe Chuchem, New York. 

2209 

Hobo and the pinafore. See Lone Ranger. 

Home front. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 93554; Cathe- 
rine Owens Peare, Brooklyn. 2210 

Home is the hero. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1945; D 93322; 
Harold Joseph Kennedy, New York. 2211 

Horse holder. See Lone Ranger. 

How, now, Hecate. © 1 c. May 8, 1945; D 93403; 
Martyn Coleman Whiteman, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

2212 

If I die before I wake; dramatized from the novel of 
the same name by Sherwood King. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1945; D 93267; Owen Davis, New York. 

2213 

I'm singing the blues. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; D 93438; 
George Leonard Baxt, Brooklyn. 2214 

Jacobowsky und der Oberst; by Franz Werfel. © 
Mar. 26, 1945; D 93428; Bermann- Fischer verlag, 
a. b., Stockholm. 2215 



Jennie comes marching home; by El Ay [pseud, of 
L. Anderson] © 1 c. May 12, 1945; D 93463; 
Lee Anderson, Nantucket, Mass. 2216 

Jericho Jones. See Lone Ranger. 

Jigsaw. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; D 93412; John M. 
Blackburn & Dorothy Blackburn, La Crescenta, 
Calif. 2217 

Jimmy Heath. See Lone Ranger. 

Joelah's lofty trade. © 1 c. May 7, 1945; D 93372; 
Marie Henriette Gerac, New York. 2218 

Johnny Longshot. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1945; D 93259; 
Max Samuel Schneider, Detroit. 2219 

Johnny Starbuck. See Lone Ranger. 

Joyce Jordan, M. D.; episode no. 1, Apr. 2, 1945, 
by Himan Brown. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93532; 
Procter & Gamble co. Cincinnati. 2220 

Judas Ischarioth, der vermittler. © 1 c. Apr. 26; 
1945; D 93258; Johan Anton van Heurn, Brooklyn. 

2221 

Killer's reward. See Lone Ranger. 

Lady in danger. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; D 93541; 
Alexander Kirkland & Max Afford, New York. 

2222 

Last house on the left. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1945; D 
93254; George Owen, Long Island City, N. Y. & 
Jean Carmen, New York. 2223 

Laughingest family. See Dr. Christian. 

Left shoulder arms. See Lone Ranger. 

Lest we forget. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945; D 93399; 
Isaiah Johnson, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. 2224 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1733, Apr. 25, 
1945, by Carl Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. May 
18, 1945; D 93535; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2225 

Life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, Hollywood, Calif. 

2226-2229 
Script no. 66, Apr. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 

1945; D 93317. 
Script no. 67, Apr. 29, 1945. © 1 c. May 5, 1945 

D 93353. 
Script no. 68, May 6, 1945. © 1 c. May 12, 1945 

D 93460. 
Script no. 69, May 13,1945. © 1 c. May 19,1945 

D 93555. 

Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2230-2277 
No. 1866-1086, The golden link, by Trendle & 

Green. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93291. 
No. 1867-1087, Taming of Sawdust Tanner, by 

Trendle & Holt. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93292. 
No. 1868-1088, Gun- magic, by Trendle & Green. 

© 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93293. 
No. 1869-1089, The con man, by Trendle & Bou- 

lette. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93294. 
No. 1870-1090, Left shoulder arms, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93294. 



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No. 1871-1091, The pink umbersol, by Trendle & 

Green. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93296. 
No. 1872-1092, Thunder and lightning, by Tren- 
dle & Boulette. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 
93297. 
No. 1873-1093, The hobo and the pinafore, by 
Trendle & Holt. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 
93298. 

No. 1874-1094, Partners in crime, by Trendle 
& Striker. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93299. 

No. 1875-1095, Killer's reward, by Trendle & 
Boulette. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93300. 

No. 1876-1096, Of Luther Jones, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93301. 

No. 1877-1097, The Deacon agrees, by Trendle 
& Boulette. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93302. 

No. 1878-1098, Guarantee Jackson, by Trendle 
& Striker. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93290. 

No. 1879-1099, The promise, by Trendle & Stri- 
ker. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93289. 

No. 1880-1100, Wooden Indian, by Trendle & 
Holt. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93288. 

No. 1881-1101, Contraband, by Trendle & Boul- 
ette. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93287. 

No. 1882-1102, From the Great Beyond, by Tren- 
dle & Green. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93286. 

No. 1883-1103, Missouri goes to town, by Tren- 
dle & Striker. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93285. 

No. 1884-1104, Firewater, by Trendle & Boulette. 
© 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93284. 

No. 1885-1105, The brass whistle, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93283. 

No. 1886-1106, The sweetwater express, by Tren- 
dle & Boulette. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 
94282.' 

No. 1887-1107, The blind bootmaker, by Trendle 
& Holt. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93281. 

No. 1889-1115, The horse holder, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93378. 

No. 1891-1117, A marshall's mother, by Trendle 
& Green. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93379. 

No. 1892-1118, The ghost of Eddie Samuels, by . 
Trendle & Green. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 
93380. 

No. 1893-1119, Duel to the death, by Trendle & 
Beattie. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93381. 

No. 1894-1120, The deserter, by Trendle & 
Striker. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93382. 

No. 1896-1122, Johnny Starbuck, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93383. 

No. 1897-1123, Picture evidence, by Trendle & 
Striker. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93384. 

No. 1898-1124, Hard cash, by Trendle & Boulette. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93441. 

No. 1899-1125, Murder in red, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93442. 

No. 1900-1126, Jericho Jones, by Trendle & Stri- 
ker. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93443. 

No. 1901-1127, Jimmy Heath, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93444. 

No. 1902-1128, Windy of the Box B, by Trendle 
& Boulette. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93445. 

No. 1903-1129, Scoop for the Globe, by Trendle 
& Holt. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93446. 

No. 1904-1130, The devil's pool, by Trendle & 
Beattie. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93443. 

No. 1905-1131, F. O. B. crime, by Trendle & 
Striker. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93448. 

No. 1906-1132, Bill Bagley, by Trendle & Stri- 
ker. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93449. 

No. 1907-1133, St. Louis story, by Trendle & 
Beattie. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93450. 



pt. I. n. s., v. 18 



No. 1908-1134, San Carlo banker, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93451. 
No. 1909-1135, Alibi for Alkali, by Trendle & 

Holt. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93452. 
No. 1910-1136, A star for the Ranger, by Tren- 
dle & Green. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93453. 
No. 1911-1137, The Rajah diamond, by Trendle & 

Holt. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93454. 
No. 1912-1138, Opportunity Smith, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93455. 
No. 1913-1139, Word of honor, by Trendle & 

Green. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93456. 
No. 1914-1140, Dead man's debt, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93457. 
No. 1915-1141, Dead or alive, by Trendle & Green. 

© 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93458. 
No. 1916-1142, The Count takes the count, by 

Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 

93459. 

Love can't wait. © 1 c. May 8, 1945; D 93394; Mor- 
ris Feldstein & Isabel Feldstein, Pittsburgh. 

2278 

Love in your eye. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93424; 
Jesse Harry Long, New York. 2279 

Love, love, love. © 1 c. May 14, 1945; D 93474; 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 2280 

Love wagon; book by F. Carrington, lyrics by Agnes 
Morgan, Antoinette Scudder & Harriet Ware, 
music by H. Ware. [Libretto only] © 1 c. May 
17, 1945; D 93538; Frank Carrington, Millburn, 
N. J. 2281 

Luck; from a short story by Wilbur Daniel Steele, 
adapted by O. Hearn. © 1 c. May 2, 1945; D 
93375; Olive Hearn, Hudson, N. Y. 2282 

Ma conquers rationing and pa conquers ma. © Mar. 
15, 1945; D 93358; Theatrice Eleanor Zitzner, 
Newark, N. J. 2283 

Madame is an egg. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 93556; 
Tatiana Koshkin Youritzin, New York. 2284 

March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

2285-2287 
Apr. 26, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 92379. 
May 3, 1945. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93374. 
May 10, 1945. © 1 c. May 16, 1945; D 93507. 

Margitist (The) © Mar. 17, 1945; D 93479; James 
Feibleman, New Orleans. 2288 

Marijuana nosegay. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1945; D 93503; 
Clinton Macauley, Burbank, Calif. 2289 

Marriage with Susan; episode 1. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 
1945; D 93506; Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 2290 

Marshall's mother. See Lone Ranger. 

Martin house; episodes 1-5, by H. A. Kalcheim. © 
Mar. 28, 1945; D 93464; KRB productions, Henry 
A. Kalcheim, £. J. Rothman & William Barth, as 
co- partners, Chicago. 2291 

Mary had a little lamb. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 
93255; Myles Connolly, Hollywood, Calif. 2292 

Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 2293, 2294 



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n o. 5 r 1945 



2331 



Episode 64, Corliss takes some glamour pictures. 

© I.e. May 2, 1945; D 93328. 
Episode 65, Corliss visits the dentist. © 1 c. 

May 2, 1945; D 93329. 

Miserables (Les) See Bishop's candlesticks. 

Missouri goes to town. See Lone Ranger. 

Mr. Penguin. © 1 c. May 9, 1945; D 93404; Edwin 
Gilbert, Beverly Hills, Calif. & George Oppen- 
heimer, Culver City, Calif. 2295 

Mr. Tutt. © 1 c. May 15, 1945; D 93502; Arthur C. 
Train, New York. 2296 

Mrs. Cassel's correspondence club; no. 1, Getting 
Ma Gibbs married. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 
93264; Robert Rosten, Washington. 2297 

Mommy; or, Those Smiths. © 1 c. May 15, 1945; 
D 93509; Harry Lee Bimm, Dayton, O. 2298 

Momzer (Der) [Yiddish text] © 1 c. May 8, 1945; 
D 93395; Selig Levinson, New York. 2299 

Moon blossom. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93309; Le- 
Roy Pope, Forest Hills, N. Y. 2300 

Moonlight mazurka; book by L. Bush-Fekete & 
Mary Helen Fay [i. e. M. H. F. Bush-Fekete] 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1945; D 93091; Leslie Bush- 
Fekete & Mary Helen Fay Bush-Fekete, New 
York. 2301 

Mother helps out. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 93257; 
Peter Meersman, Hollywood, Calif. 2302 

Moving finger; Apr. 9, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1945; 
D 93518; Burrell Smith, Schenectady, N. Y. 

2303 

Murder in red. See Lone Ranger. 

Murder in the worst degree. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1945; 
D 92899; Irving Maxwell Moss & Sully Lewis, 
New York. 2304 

Music goes round and round; by Nancy Moore & 
Anne Hall. © May 1, 1945; D 93425; American 
theatre wing war service, inc., New York. 2305 

Mysterious lady. © 1 c. May 15, 1945; D 93488; 
Dorothy Phillips & Lenore Mummy, White Plains, 
N. Y. 2306 

Nick Carter and the mystery of the traitor's gold. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

No mother to guide her. © Apr. 16, 1945; D 93327; 
Charles J. Gaupp, jr., New York. 2307 

Normandy fireside; by Bob [i. e. R. S.] McKnight. 
© 1 c. May 7, 1945; D 93371; Robert Stuart 
McKnight, New York. 2308 

Nutty night. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93436; Charles 
Roland Strom, College Point, L. I., N. Y. 2309 

Of Luther Jones. See Lone Ranger. 

Oh-so-big, the ostrich. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; D 
93305; Evelyn Shaw Roberson, Brooklyn. 2310 



One foot in heaven; nos. 8-11, Mar, 25, Apr. 1, 
8, 15, 1945. © 1 c. each May 4, 1945; D 
93346-93349; Hartzell Spence, Fairlington, Va. 

2311-2314 

Opportunity Smith. See Lone Ranger. 

Our Sarah; by S. Caubet in collaboration with Anne 
Partridge, from original stories by S. Caubet. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1945; D 93402; Suzanne Caubet, 
New York. 2315 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 3067, by 
Leston Huntley. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93537; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2316 

Partners in a pinch; script 3. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; 
D 93272; Henry B. Rothblatt, New York. 2317 

Partners in crime. See Lone Ranger. 

Per ruche (La) bleue. See Pink garter. 

Picture evidence. See Lone Ranger. 

Pink garter; based on M. Dikobra's novel, La per- 
ruche bleue. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 93467; 
Maurice Dekobra, Hollywood, Calif. 2318 

Pink umbersol. See Lone Ranger. 

Po' me one; Carib song, by J. W. Archibald, score 
by B. Bergerson. [Text only] © 1 c. May 3, 
1945; D 93342; J. William Archibald, New York. 

2319 

Progress of mankind. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1945; D 93377; 
Milton Jewell Goldberg, El Paso. 2320 



Promise. See Lone Ranger. 

Pure of heart. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1945; 
Cordelia Baird Gross, New York. 



D 93397; 
2321 



Quick (The) and the dead. © 1 c.Mar. 29, 1945; D 
93376; Gerald Savory, New York. 2322 

Rajah diamond. See Lone Ranger. 

Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 

2323-2326 
Apr. 17, May 1, 1945. © 1 c. each May 8, 1945; 

D 93389, 93390. 
Apr. 24, 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; D 93313. 
May 8, 1945. © 1 c. May 13, 1945; D 93471. 

Reclamation. See Dr. Christian. 

Rejuvenated husband. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93418; 
Harry Meyer, New York. 2327 

Report for madam. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 93558; 
Paul Pupak Palmerton, Pa. 2328 

Return of Nick Carter; by Edith Meiser. © Street 
& Smith publications, inc., New York. 2329-2331 
Apr. 29, 1945, The witch of Donderberg Mountain; 
or, Nick Carter and the mystery of the trai- 
tor's gold. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93368. 
May 6, 1945, The vanishing lady. © 1 c. May 16, 

1945; D 93529. 
May 13, 1945, The crime machine. © 1 c. May 
16, 1945; D 93530. 



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2322.. 



Richard Grant - T-man; by Phillips H. Lord. © 1 
c. Apr. 30, 1945;D 93275; Phillips H. Lord, inc., 
New York. 2332 

Right to happiness; episode no. 1427, Apr. 10, 1945, 
by John M. Young. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93534; 
Procter & Gamble co. , Cincinnati. 2333 

Road ahead; by Bruce L. Henry. ©1 c. May 5, 1945; 
D 93482; Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago. 2334 

Road of life; episode no. 1981, Apr. 17, 1945, by 
Howard Reichmann. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 
93536; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2335 

St. Louis story. See Lone Ranger. 

San Carlo banker. See Lone Ranger. 

Sandbox; by Jennet te Dowling. © May 1, 1945; D 
93426; American theatre wing war service, inc., 
New York. 2336 

Sarah. © 1 c. May 8, 1945; D 93414; Dora Gold- 
water, Johannesburg, South Africa. 2337 

Scenes of life. © Mar. 17, 1945; D 93465; Rebecca 
Rodessa Gramling, Jacksonville, Fla. 2338 

Scoop for the Globe. See .Lone Ranger. 

Second lady. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; D 93268; W. P. 
Lipscomb, London. 2339 

Secret service intelligence; by Phillips H.. Lord. 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; D 93277; Phillips H. Lord, 
inc., New York. 2340 

Seeds of time. © 1 c. May 8, 1945; D 93393; 
Maurice McRae, New York. 2341 

Sergeant; by Lawrence M. Klee. © May 1, 1945; D 
93427; American theatre wing war service, inc., 
New York. 2342 

Shades of Johnnie Pow-Pow. © 1 c. May 16, 1945; 
D 93543; Gould Patrick Groves, 51st Def. Bn., 
FMF, Fleet P. O., San Francisco. 2343 

Shadow; Apr. 15, 1945, The case of the river of 
eternal woe, by Bob Shaw. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; 
D 93369; Street & Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 2344 

Shaving of Shagpat; adapted from the novel of George 
Meredith by A. Costigan, lyrics by Marthiel 
Mathews. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93396; Amne 
Costigan, Seattle. 2345 

Shoemaker stick. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93357; 
James N. Rosenberg, New York. 2346 

Sing on, America. © 1 c. May 6, 1945; D 93373; 
Alice H. Scott & Jean A. Steele, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

2347 

Skylights; based on the play, Studios, by the same 
author. © 1 c. May 27, 1945; D 93398; Rochelle 
Philipp, New York. 2348 

Soldier who came home; script, no. 1, Apr. 16, 1945. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 93401; Frank Hummert 
& Anne Hummert, New York. 2349 



pt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



Soldiers in the dark. © 1 c. May 2, 1945; D 93320; 
Jane Rub in o Cozza, Pittsburgh. * 2350 

Songs of Spain. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; D 93439; 
Frank De Besa, New York. 2351 

Sophie; based on the New Yorker stories, Sophie 
Halenczik, American, by Rose Feld. © 1 c. Apr. 
25, 1945; D 93260; George Ross & Rose C. Feld, 
New York. 2352 

Sophie Halenczik, American. See Sophie. 

Springfield couple. © 1 c. May 14, 1945; D 93477; 
Ramon Romero & Harriet Hinsdale, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2353 

Spring's so short. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; D 93542; 
William Whiting, New York. 2354 

Star for the Ranger. See Lone Ranger. 

State of mind. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93321; Alex- 
ander Rote, Hollywood, Calif. 2355 

Stop, look and love. See Between two brides. 

Stroll (A) between right and wrong; by M. Choro- 
manski, English translation by G. N. Ordon. ©. 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 93504; Michael Choroman- 
ski, Montreal. 2356 

Studios. See Skylights. 

Sweetwater express. See Lone Ranger. 

Swords of Cologne. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 93263; 
David Gorton, Brooklyn. 2357 

Tarn Glen. © 1 c. May 11, 1945; D 93419; Margue- 
rite Fellows Melcher, Montclair, N. J. 2358 

Taming of Sawdust Tanner. See Lone Ranger. 



Teen-age terror. © Apr. 30, 1945; 
Margaret Bazile, New Orleans. 



D 93480; 
2359 



Theodore Roosevelt - President; by G. G. Gould & 
Florence Holden [i. e. Mrs. George Glen] Gould. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1945; D 93345; George Glen Gould, 
New York. 2360 

There's a job to be done; by A. L. Weeks. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1945; D 93483; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 2361 

Those Smiths. See Mommy. 

Three against Hymen. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 
93559; Victor Mockus, Hastings, Neb. 2362 

Thunder and lightning. See Lone Ranger. 

Tin Pan Alley of the air. © Timothy T. Morrow, 
Chicago. 2363-2372 

Jan. 20, 1945, by Bob Carman. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 

1945; D 92484. 
Jan. 24, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. Feb. 25, 1945; D 92488. 
Jan. 27, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 92483. 
Mar. 3, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. Mar. 2, 1945; D 92521. 



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no. 5, 1945 



2401 



Mar. 10, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 93505. 
Mar. 17, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. Mar. 17, 1945; D 93521. 
Mar. 24, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. Mar. 23, 1945; D 93522. 
May 5, 12, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. 

© 1 c. each May 11, 1945; D 93421, 93423. 
May 19, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. May 16, 1945; D 93508. 

To keep the flame alive; by Bruce L. Henry. © 1 
c. May 5, 1945; D 93487; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 2373 

Toasties time; by Benton & Bowles, inc. © General 
foods corp., New York. 2374-2376 

Apr. 8 1945. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1945; D 93303. 
Apr. 22, 1945. © 1 c. May 4, 1945; D 93351. 
Apr. 29, 1945. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; D 93430. 

Traviata (La); translated into English by George 
Fleming Houston. © 1 c. May 12, 1945; D 93468; 
Virginia Card Houston, Hollywood, Calif. 

2377 

Treasury agent; by Phillips H. Lord. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1945; D 93274; Phillips H. Lord, inc., New York. 

2378 

Treasury intelligence; by Phillips H. Lord. © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1945; D 93278; Phillips H. Lord, inc., 
New York. 2379 

Trombonum, the Magnificent. © 1 c. May 15, 1945; 
D 93501; Nathan Kussy, East Orange, N. J. 

2380 

Truth, the whole truth, and nothing but; by Bruce L. 
Henry. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93481; Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago. 2381 

20 non- royalty mystery plays; compiled by M[oritz] 
Jagendorf. © Mar. 23, 1945; A 187467; Greenberg: 
publisher, New York. 2382 

Under the greenwood tree. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1945; 
D 93280; Philip Lewis, New York. 2383 

Undertow. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93356; Charles 
Edward Jordon, Hollywood, Calif. 2384 

U. S. secret service; by Phillips H. Lord. © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1945; D 93276; Phillips H. Lord, inc., 
New York. 2385 

Up and out; by Cayl Colle. © 1 c. May 7, 1945; D 
93388; Doriece Colle, Seattle. 2386 

Vamp 'til ready. See Grand hotel. 

Vanishing lady. See Return of Nick Carter. 



Venus fixer. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 93324; Robert 
Newman, New York. 2387 

Victorious week of our living Lord; by Idamae Young 
Lichti. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1945; D 93352; Ida Young 
Lichti, Long Beach, Calif. 2388 

Wax flower. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; D 93517; John 
LaTouche & Andrew Salter, New York. 2389 

We don't sell trucks; by Bruce L. Henry. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1945; D 93486; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 2390 

We stand united, and other radio scripts; by Stephen 
Vincent Benet. © Mar. 15, 1945; D 93478; Far- 
rar & Rinehart, inc., New York. 2391 

What's wrong with Pinewood; by Martin Davidson. 
© Apr. 6, 1945; D 93408; National reference li- 
brary, Cleveland. 2392 

What's your alibi; by Helen Williams. © 1 c. May 10, 
1945; D 93411; James J. Ward, Chicago. 2393 

Whatthe Sam Hill. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93310; 
Ray Harvey, Flushing, N. Y. 2394 

Will this earth hold. © Nov. 1, 1944; D 93544; Pearl 
Sydenstricker Buck, Perkasie, Pa. 2395 

Windy of the Box B. See Lone Ranger. 

Witch of Donderberg Mountain. See Return of Nick 
Carter. 

Woman of America; episode no. 586, Apr. 23, 1945, 
by Doria Folliott. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93533; 
Procter & Gamble co. , Cincinnati. 2396 

Wooden Indian. See Lone Ranger. 

Word of honor. See Lone Ranger. 

Young Dr. Malone; episode no. 2, Apr. 3, 1945, by 
Janice Giant. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93531; 
Procter & Gamble co. , Cincinnati. 2397 

Your future at Mullins; Salem version, by Norman 
B. Terry. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93485; Wild- 
ing picture porductions, inc., Chicago. 2398 

Your future at Mullins; Warren version, by Norman 
B. Terry. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93484; Wild- 
ing picture productions, inc., Chicago. 2399 

You're never too old; by George Scudder [pseud, of 
A. Vogel] © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1945; D 93437; Arthur 
Vogel, New York. 2400 

You've been listening. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; D 
93311; Ann Gillespie Cloward, New Orleans. 

2401 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1. 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,579 unpublished) 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 21 unpublished) 

Dramatico- musical compositions (including 25 unpublished) 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 

Total- - - " 



1,797 
28 
34 

1 

1,860 



69 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[2401 



Aristocrat; by Louis N. Parker. © Elsa Parker 
Tull, London. R 137030, Dec. 13, 1944. 1 

Fire-prince; lebretto by David Stevens, music by 
Henry Hadley. [Libretto only] © Inez Barbour 
Hadley, New York. R 137136, Feb. 22, 1945. 

2 

Friendly enemies; by Aaron Hoffman & Samuel 
Shipman. © Minnia Z. Hoffman, New York & 
Louis Shipman, Peekskill, N. Y. R 136751, Feb. 
8, 1945. 3 

Honeymoon; by Aaron Hoffman. © Minnia Z. Hoff- 
man, New York. R 136749, Feb. 8, 1945. 4 



Masquerader; founded on Katherine Cecil Thurs- 
ton's novel by John Hunter Booth. © Richard 
Walton Tully, New York. R 136672, Nov. 18, 
1944. 5 

Oh Albert; by Aaron Hoffman. © Minnia Z. Hoff- 
man, New York. R 136752, Feb. 8, 1945. 6 

Skins of society; by Aaron Hoffman. © Minnia Z. 
Hoffman, New York. R 136750, Feb. 8, 1945. 



Two minstrels; by Aaron Hoffman. © Minnia Z. 
Hoffman, New York. R 136748, Feb. 8, 1945. 

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MOTION PICTURES 



African diary. © Jan. 1, 1945; L 13237; Walt Dis- 
ney productions, Burbank, Calif. 2402 

Aircraft work, aircraft maintenance. © Jam Handy 
organization, inc., Detroit. 2403, 2404 

Patching plywood. © Apr. 1, 1945; M 15883. 
Repairing a wooden rib. © Apr. 1, 1945; M 
15882. 

Author in babyland. © Apr. 18, 1945; M 15925; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 2405 

Behind the meat-ball. © Apr. 17, 1945; M 15895; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2406 

Bracketing an unknown beam. See Instrument flight 
control, radio navigation part 2. 

Brewster's millions; from the novel by George 
Barr McCutcheon & stage play by Winchell 
Smith & Byron Ongley. © Apr. 7, 1945; L 13220; 
Edward Small productions, inc., Culver City, 
Calif. 2407 

Bring on the girls; from a story by Pierre Wolff. 
© Feb. 16, 1945; L 13216; Paramount pictures, 
inc. New Y ork. 2408 

Broken hearted blues. © Apr. 30, 1945; M 15887; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2409 

Buick's on the job. © title & descr. reed. Apr. 19, 
1945; 7 prints reed. Apr. 21; M 15861; Jam 
Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 2410 

Canyons of the sun. © Jan. 5, 1945; M 15897; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

2411 

Carbon-black treasure. © title, descr. & 4 prints 
reed. Feb. 24, .1945; M 15875; Roland Reed pro- 
ductions, Los Angeles. 2412 

Carribean region, 1. See West Indies. 

Carribean region, 2. See Central America. 

Central America; Carribean region, 2. © Sept. 22, 
1945; M 15908; Encyclopaedia brittanica films, 
inc. , New York. 2413 

China's little devils. © Mar. 27, 1945; L 13252; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

2414 

Circus band. © May 16, 1945; M 15954; Vitaphone 
corp. , New York. 2415 



Cisco Kid returns. © Mar. 19, 1945; L 13251; 
Monogram pictures corp;, Hollywood, Calif. 

2416 



Coast guard leads the way. © Apr. 30, 1945; M 
15885; So.undies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 2417 

Concert canteen. © May 14, 1945; M 15941; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2418 

Corpus Christi bandits. © Apr. 20, 1945; L 13246; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 2419 

Crazy knights. © Dec. 11, 1944; L 13249; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2420 

Dangerous journey. © Aug. 21, 1944; M 15898; 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 

2421 

Dear old Switzerland. © Dec. 22, 1944; L 13239; 
• Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. " 2422 

Death turns the wheel. See Master key. 

Delightfully dangerous; based on a story by Irving 
Phillips, Edward Verdier & Frank Tashlin. © 
Mar. 31, 1945; L 13225; Charles R. Rogers enter- 
prises, New York. 2423 

Design for loving. © Nov. 3, 1944; L 13235; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2424 

Dixie rhythm. © Apr. 23, 1945; M 15866; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2425 

Don't be late. © Apr. 23, 1945; M 18567; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2426 

Dry bones. © Apr. 30, 1945; M 15891; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2427 

Engineering. © Audio productions, New York. 

2428, 2429 
Flue gas analysis, orsat apparatus. © Apr. 1, 

1945; M 15879. 
Tension testing. © Mar. 1, 1945; M 15878. 

Evergreen playland. © Jan. 30, 1942; M 15919; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

2430 

Fade parallel system and the close in procedure. 
See Instrument flight control, orientation. 

Fall guy. © Apr. 7, 1945; L 13230; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 2431 

Faust. © May 14, 1945; M 15945; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2432 

Fighting lady. © Dec. 24, 1944; M 15860; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 2433 



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2434 



Film vodvtl; series 2, no. 4. © Feb. 2, 1945; M 
15913; Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2434 

Flame of Barbary Coast. © Apr. 6, 1945; L 13245; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 2435 

Flue gas analysis, orsat apparatus. See Engineer- 
ing. 

Foundry practice, floor molding. © Atlas educa- 
tional film co., Oak Park, 111. 2436, 2437 
No. 3, Molding a valve body. © Mar. 1, 1945; 

M 15880. 
No. 5, Molding with a three part flask. © Mar. 1, 

1945; M 15881. 

General motors institute. © title & descr. reed. 
Apr. 19, 1945; 13 prints reed. Apr. 21; M 15862; 
Jam Handy organization, inc. , Detroit. 2438 

General motors, 16-278-A. © title, descr. & 15 
prints reed. May 9, 1945; M 15932; Escar motion 
picture service inc., Cleveland. 2439 

Girls preferred. © Nov. 24, 1944; M 15896; Twen- 
tieth century- Fox film Corp., New York. 2440 

Hangover square; based on the novel by Patrick 
Hamilton. © Feb. 6, 1945; L 13223; Twentieth 
century- Fox film Corp., New York. 2441 

Hasty wedding. See Three's a crowd. 

Hedge hoppers. © Oct. 20, 1944; M 15894; Colum- 
. bia pictures corp. , Hollywood, Calif. 2442 

Hollywood scout. © Apr. 7, 1945; L 13231; Loew's, 
inc. , New York. 2443 

Home electrical appliances. © June 7, 1944; M 
15909; Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., 
New York. 2444 

Honeymoon ahead. © May 8, 1945; L 13253; Uni- 
versal pictures co. , inc., New York. 2445 

Horn blows at midnight; based on an idea by Aubrey 
Wisberg. © Apr. 28, 1945; L 13228; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 2446 

Hundred million. © title & descr. reed. Apr. 19, 
1945; 9 prints reed. Apr. 21; M 15863; Jam Handy 
organization, inc., Detroit. 2447 

I come from Brooklyn. © May 14, 1945; M 15938; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2448 

Identity unknown. © Apr. 5, 1945; L 13218; Repub- 
lic pictures corp. , New York. 2449 

Instrument flight control, orientation. © Ray-Bell 
films, inc., St. Paul. 2450-2452 

Fade parallel system and the close in procedure. 

© Apr. 26, 1945; M 15921. 
The 90 degree system. © Apr. 26, 1945; M 

15922. 
The true fade system. © Apr. 26, 1945; M 15923. 

Instrument flight control, radio navigation part 2; 
Bracketing an unknown beam. © Apr. 26, 1945; 
M 19524; Ray-Bell films, inc., St. Paul. 2453 



pt. I, n. s.. v. 18 



Isle of Tabu. © Mar. 9, 1945; L 13233; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 2454 

It happened in Springfield. © Apr. 30, 1945; L 
13227; Vltaphone corp., New York. 2455 

It's in the bag. © Apr. 21, 1945; L 13221; Man- 
hattan productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 2456 

Jewel of the Pacific. © Mar. 27, 1942; M 15920; 
Twentieth century- Fox film corp., New York. 

2457 

Julie O'Dooley. © Apr. 30, 1945; M 15888; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 

2458 

K-9 kadets. © Sept. 8, 1944; M 15893; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2459 

Kitchy kitchykoo. © May 14, 1945; M 15943; Soun- 
dies distributingcorp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2460 

L. S. / M. F. T. (Lucky Strike means fine tobacco) 
© title & descr. reed. Apr. 19, 1945; 7 prints 
reed. Apr. 21; M 15864; American tobacco co., 
New York. 2461 

Last installment. © Apr. 7, 1945; L 13229; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 2462 

Law of the badlands. © Apr. 17, 1945; L 13226; 
Vitaphone corp. , New York. 2463 

Manhunt of Mystery Island; chapters 11-15. © Apr. 
11, 1945; L 13244; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 2464 

Master key. © Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 2465-2467 

Chapter no. 1, Trapped by flames. © Apr. 18, 

1945; L 13256. 
Chapter no. 2, Death turns the wheel. © Apr. 

18, 1945; L 13257. 
Chapter no. 3, Ticket to disaster. © Apr. 18, 

1945; L 13258. 
Mighty Mouse at the circus. © Nov. 17, 1944; L 
13240; Terrytoans, inc. , New Rochelle, N. Y. 2468 

Million dollar partner. © title, descr. & 4 prints 
reed. Feb. 24, 1945; M 15876; Roland Reed pro- 
ductions, Los Angeles. 2469 



Molding a valve body, 
molding. 



See Foundry practice, floor 



Molding with a three part flask. See Foundry prac- 
tice, floor molding. 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 58-66. © Mar. 20, 23, 
27, 30, Apr. 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 1945; M 15868- 
15871, 15892, 15914-15917; Movietonews, inc., 
New York. 2470-2478 

Music shop. © Apr. 30, 1945; M 15884; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 

2479 



Naval air station and its work. © title, descr. & 5 
prints reed. Feb. 24, 1945; M 15874; Roland Reed 
productions. Los Angeles. 2480 



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MOTION PICTURES 



no. S, 1945 



News of the day; v. 16, nos. 252-260. © Mar. 9, 
14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, Apr. 4, 6, 1945; M 15899- 
15907; Hearst metrotone news, inc., New York. 

2481-2489 

90 degree system. See Instrument flight control, 
orientation. 

Off again, on again. © Feb. 16, 1945; L 13236; Co- 
lumbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2490 

Paramount news; nos. 51-68. © Feb. 23, 27, Mar. 
2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30, Apr. 3, 7, 11, 14, 
18, 21, 25, 1945; M 15850-15859, 15946-15953; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 2491-2508 

Patching plywood. See Aircraft work, aircraft 
maintenance. 

Phantom speaks. © May 1, 1945; L 13243; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 2509 

Plantation melodies. © May 17, 1945; L 13255; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2510 

Prairie's not so far away. © May 14, 1945; M 
15940; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 2511 

Primary cell. © June 2, 1944; M 15910; Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc., New York. 2512 

Princess Papaya. © May 14, 1945; M 19539; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 

2513 



Repairing a wooden rib. 
craft maintenance. 



See Aircraft work, air- 



Rockabye rhythm. © Apr. 20, 1945; L 13248; Uni- 
versal pictures co. , inc., New York. 2514 

Safety in air stations. © title, descr. & 5 prints 
reed. Feb. 24, 1945; M 15873; Roland Reed pro- 
ductions, Los Angeles. 2515 

Salty O'Rourke. © Feb. 16, 1945; L -13241; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 2516 

Scarlet clue; based on the Charlie Chan character 
by EarlDerr Biggers. © Apr. 1,1945; L 13234; 
Monogram pictures corp. , Hollywood, Calif. 2517 

Series and parallel circuits. © Apr. 3, 1944; M 
15911; Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., New 
York. 2518 

She-sick sailors. © Mar. 26, 1945; L 13238; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 2519 

Shooting of Dan McGoo. © Feb. 20, 1945; L 13247; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 2520 

Some day when the clouds roll by. © Apr. 30, 1945; 
M 15889; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 2521 

Something for the boys; based on the musical comedy. 
© Nov. 16, 1944; L 13222; Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. 2522 

Song of the range. © Dec. 25,1944; L 13250; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2523 



2550 



Stamp the polka away. © May 14, 1945; M 15944; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2524 

Stardust. © May 14, 1945; M 15942; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2525 

Strange affair. © Oct. 5, 1945; L 13215; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2526 

Striking champions. © Dec. 22, 1944; M 15877; Co- 
lumbia pictures Corp., Hollywood. Calif. 

2527 

Take everything. © Apr. 23, 1945; M 15865; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 

2528 

Tension testing. See Engineering. 

That's the spirit. © Apr. 24, 1945; L 13254; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 2529 

Three's a crowd; based on the novel, Hasty wedding, 
by Mignon G. Eberhart. © Apr. 10, 1945; L 
13219; Republic pictures Corp., New York. 

2530 

Thunderhead; based on the novel by Mary O'Hara. 
© Feb. 8, 1945; L 13242; Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. 2531 

Ticket to disaster. See Master key. 

Trapped by flames. See Master key. 

Tree grows in Brooklyn; adapted from the novel by 
Betty Smith. © Feb. 28, 1945; L 13224; Twenti- 
eth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 2532 



True fade system, 
orientation. 



See Instrument flight control, 



Tumbling tumbleweeds. © Apr. 30, 1945; M 15890; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2533 

Universal newsreel; nos. 381-392. © Mar. 20, 22, 
27, 29, Apr. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19. 24, 26, 1945; 
M 15926-15931, 15934-15937, 15955,15956; Uni- 
versal pictures co. , inc., New York. 2534-2545 

Unseen (The); based onthenovelby Ethel Lina White. 
© Feb. 16, 1945; L 13217; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 2546 

Valley of decision; based on the novel by Marcia 
Davenport. © Apr. 13, 1945; L 13232; Loew's, 
inc. , New York. 2547 

West Indies; Carribean region, 1. © June 28, 1944; 
M 15912; Encyclopaedia brlttanica films, inc., 
New York. 2548 

When G. I. Johnny comes home. © Feb. 2, 1945; M 
15933; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

2549 

Whips and tricks. © Apr. 30, 1945; M 15886; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2550 



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2551 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



White rhapsody. © May 4, 1945; M 15918; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 2551 



Your job in the navy. © title, descr. & 16 prints 
reed. Feb. 24, 1945; M 15872; Roland Reed pro- 
ductions, Los Angeles. 2552 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays ' 237 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 455 

Total - - — • 692 



74 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[2552 



Are married policemen safe; adapted from the 
story by Henry Lehrman. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. R 136843, Feb. 13, 
1945. 1 

Awakening of Helena Minor. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 136702, Feb. 2, 1945. 2 

Barricade. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 136696, 
Feb. 2, 1945. 3 

Caught in the web. See Great secret. 

Cheating the public; adapted from the story by Mary 
Murillo. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 136841, Feb. 13, 1945. 4 » 

Cupid's roundup; adapted from the story by George 
Scarborough. © Twentieth century- Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136838, Feb. 13, 1945. 5 

Escape. See Great secret. 

Great secret; adapted from the story by Fred de 
Gresac. 6-9 

Chapter 12, Caught in the web. R 136700, Feb. 

2, 1945. 
Chapter 13, The struggle. R 136703, Feb. 2, 1945. 
Chapter 14, The escape. R 136706, Feb. 2, 1945. 
Chapter 15, The test of death. R 136710, Feb. 2, 

1945. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. 

Handy Henry. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 136697, 
Feb. 2, 1945. 10 

Heart's revenge; adapted from the story by George 
Scarborough. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136842 Feb. 13, 1945. 11 

Hidden children. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
136707, Feb. 2, 1945. 12 



High cost of living. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 

136698, Feb. 2, 1945. 13 

His father's son; adapted from the story of Channing 
Pollock & Rennold Wolf. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 136704, Feb. 2, 1945. 14 

Hungry lions in a hospital; adapted from the story by 
Henry Lehrman. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136839, Feb. 13, 1945. 15 

Locked out. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 136705, 
Feb. 2, 1945. 16 

Modern romance. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 

136699, Feb. 2, 1945. 17 

Mortal sin. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 136701; 
Feb. 2, 1945. 18 

Putting it over on Henry. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 136708, Feb. 2, 1945. 19 

Shadows of her past. © Twentieth century- Fox 
film corp., New York. R 136836, Feb. 13, 
1945. 20 

Son of a gun; adapted from the story by Henry 
Lehrman. © Twentieth century- Fox film corp., 
New York. R 136840, Feb. 13, 1945. 21 

Stolen honor; adapted from the story by George 
Scarborough. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. R 136837, Feb. 13, 1945. 22 

Struggle (The) See Great secret. 

Test of death. See Great secret. 

Waiting soul; adapted from the story by Marion 
Short. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 136709, 
Feb. 2, 1945. 23 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

No. 6 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico -musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion -picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D," Class D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion -picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. . 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1945, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper ■ $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps ■ 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals-- 7 - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers — .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



A for able. © 1 
Lettunich, A. 
York. 



c. June 2J, 1945; D 93954; Mateo 
P. O. 557, c/o Postmaster, New 

2553 



A. P. O. Chicago. © 1 c. May 29, 
Charles Heidt, New York. 



1945; D 93657; 
2554 



Abduction from the seraglio; by Wolfgang Amadeus 
Mozart, English adaptation & translation by 
Hamilton [i. e. G. H.] Benz. [Text only] © 1 c. 
May 22, 1945; D 93586; George Hamilton Benz, 
Mountain View, N. J. 2555 

Alexander Graham bell. See Lux radio theatre. 

All of us together. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 93784; 
Vivian R. Fletcher, Washington. 2556 

America's no. 1 copy girl. See By Ginger. 

And every 'tomorrow. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; D 
93569; Mary Jane Glading, Brooklyn. 2557 

And they doubled in brass. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 
93756; Walter Paul Colahan, New York. 2558 

Angelus (The); by A. F. Armstrong. © 1 c. June 
13, 1945; D 93851; Alta Florence Armstrong, 
Kansas City, Mo. 2559 

Arabesque; by Johanna Scott. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; 
D 93725; Maria Agnes Nicholson, New York. 

2560 

Arise fair sun; by Allison Ross [pseud, of Mrs. 
Robert E. Anderson, jr.] © 1 c. June 11, 1945; 
D 93817; Louise Parrish Anderson, Albuquerque, 
N. M. • 2561 

Artist to the wounded; May 7, 1945, by Bernard 
Reines. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93877; E. I. Du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 2562 



As you like them; by Donald N. Shepherd. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1945; D 93866; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 2563 

Ask for the moon. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93874; 
Watson Cady, New Yi>rk. 2564 

Atlantic City forum of the air; by Harry Volk, jr. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93923; Hurley-Jones co., 
Atlantic City. 2565 



Audition fever; by Joseph Reedy & A. Kemp. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1945; D 93600; Joseph H. Neebe & Ar- 
thur Kemp, Detroit. 2566 

Aunt Emmeline. See Emmeline. 



Aunt Jenny's real life stories; script nos. 2111- 
2115, Lecture in Littleton, pts. 1-5, by Mary 
Brinker Post. © 1 c. each May 25, 1945; D 
93623-93627; Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 

2567-2571 



Avis' plan succeeds. 
Hezekiah sequence. 



See Story of the Bible, 



Ballet to sound. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 93637; 
Sylvia Hordes, Jersey City & A. Victor Rubei, 
Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 2572 

Barnum was wrong. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; D 93938; 
Adelaide Matthews & Alice Rohe, New York. 

2573 

Benny Havens. See Footnotes to history. 

Best film plays of 1943-1944; edited by John 
Gassner & Dudley Nichols. © May 23, 1945; A 
187709; Crown publishers, New York. 2574 

Best one- act plays of 1944; edited by Margaret 
Mayorga. © May 29, 1945; A 188038; Dodd, 
Mead & co.,, inc., New York. 2575 

Big sister; script nos. 2244-2248, May 21-25, 1945, 
by Julian Funt. © 1 c. each May 25, 1945; D 
93628-93632; Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 

2576-2580 

Bingobangojby Phyllis Jackson [pseud, of P. Nasser] 
© 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 94049; Phyllis Nasser, 
Cleveland. 2581 

Bitter answer. © 1 c. June 1,1945;D 93729; Helem 
M. Backus, Boston. 2582 

Black gull of Garand's Island; or, A legend of life 
and love at Lud's Landing. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1945; 
D 93308; Ralph Emerson Welles, Palo Alto, 
Calif. 2583 

Black market babies for sale. © 1 c. July 3, 1945; 
D 93588; Frank P. Donovan, Brooklyn. 2584 

Blueberry street. See Grand hotel. 

Broadway gambler. © 1 c. June 22, 1945; D 93977; 
John L. Sullivan, Youngstown, O. 2585 

Bronx express. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93888; 
Dorothy Turry Wishnew, New York. 2586 

Business wife. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

By Ginger; America's no. 1 copy girl. © 1 c. June 
22, 1945; D 93978; Sam Robins & Irvin Ashke- 
nazy, Brooklyn. 2587 



77 



2588 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. in, n. s., v. 18 



Calling all girls club; program nos. 62-68, by L. 
Kermit Lyons. © 1 c. each June 15, 1945; D 
93879-93885; Calling all girls, inc., New York. 

2588-2594 

Cane ion (La) de Belen; texto en Ingles por Verna 
Whinery v traduccion al Espanol por L. P.Velaz- 
quez, musica de Ellen Jane Lorenz, basada en 
motives de Oh aldehuela de Belen. [Text only] 
© 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93726; Luis P. Velaz- 
quez, New York & Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

2595 

Candy; or, Papa Papali. © 1 c. May 31, 1945; D 
93684; Thela Antoinette De Donne, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 2596 

Captain Leatherneck. [Text only] © 1 c. May 20, 
1945; D 93975; Louis Wolf, Fort Wayne. 2597 

Case of the Mexican ring. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the mosquito recording. See David Hard- 
ing - counterspy. 

Case of the mysterious hulk. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the sabotaged shoes. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the train wreck. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Trendle & Joyce. © 
Challenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 2598-2601 
No. 363, Man-hunt. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; D 

94057. 
No. 364, Murder on the trail. © 1 c. June 28, 

1945; D 94058. 
No. 365, The fugitives. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; D 

94059. 
No. 366, King led the way. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; 

D 94060. 

Charley. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; D 93731; Dore Reich, 
Milwaukee. 2602 

Charlotte Greenwood show; by. Jack Hasty & Donald 
Johnson. © Charlotte Greenwood & Martin 
Broomes, Los Angeles. 2603-2631 

Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10, 

24, 1944. © 1 c. each June 11, 1945; D 
93803-93812. 

Dec. 31, 1944, Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 

25, Mar. 4, 11, 18, 25, Apr. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 
May 6, 1945. © 1 c. each June 16, 1945; D 
93900-93918. 

Charmer. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93668; Sara 
Cowley Brown, Chicago. 2632 

Chase and Sanborn program; Apr. 22, 29, May 6, 
13, 1945. © 1 c. each May 28, 1945; D 93649- 
93652; Edgar John Bergen, Hollywood, Calif. 

2633-2636 

Chick Carter - boy detective. © Street & Smith 
publications, inc., New York. 2637-2663 

Nos. 461, 464, Apr. 10, 13, 1945, by Fritz 

Blocki. © 1 c. each Apr. 18, 1945; D 93615, 

93616. 



Nos. 485-489, May 14-18, 
Schenck, jr. © 1 c. each 
93643-94647. 

Nos. 490-494, May 21-25, 
Schenck, jr. © 1 c. each 
93673-93677. 

Nos. 495-499, May 28, 29, 30, 
by Charles Schenck, jr. © 
1945; D 93819-93823. 

Nos. 500-505, June 4-8, 11, 



Schenck, jr. 
93890-93895 
Nos. 506-509, 
Schenck, jr. 
93946-93949 



© 1 c. each 

June 12-15, 
© 1 c. each 



1945, by Charles 
May 23, 1945; D 

1945, by Charles 
May 30, 1945; D 

31, June 1, 1945, 
1 c. each June 9, 

1945, by Charles 
June 13, 1945; D 

1945, by Charles 
June 19, 1945; D 



Cinderella. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; D 93574; Mar- 
jorie Lockman, Austin, Tex. 2664 

Cinderella. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93579; Luacine 
Clark Fox, Salt Lake City. 2665 

Climactic years; by David Edward Durston, 2d 
[pseud, of W. E. Duersten, jr.] © 1 c. May 25, 
1945; D 93964; William Edward Duersten, jr., 
Evanston, 111. 2666 

Cold storage. See Green Hornet. 

Coming home. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 94044; Lisa 
D'Azevedo, New York. 2667 

Conchita. See Saint or sinner. 

Consignment - Lisbon. See Grand hotel. 

Corliss buys some records. See Meet Corliss 
Archer. 

Corliss collects coins. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Corpse accuses. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Country housewife and the radio; by Cornelia 
Stabler [i. e. C. S. Gillam] © 1 c. May 22, 1945; 
D 93580; Cornelia Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill 
Falls, Pa. 2668 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

2669-2672 
No. 248, May 6, 1945. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 

93550. 
Nos. 249, 250, May 20, 27, 1945. © 1 c. each 

May 5, 1945; D 93746, 93747. 
No. 252, June 10, 1945. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 
93887. 

Csardasfuerstin (Die) See Gipsy princess. 

Cure. See Smoke-screen. 

D T's; or, The first woman, by Jim [i. e. J. F.] 
Powell. © 1 c. June 23, 1945; D 93991; James 
Francis Powell, Norwalk, Conn. 2673 

Dark brother. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 93635; Scotti 
Mayo & Ethel Huffman, St. Louis. 2674 

Dark corner. © 1 c. June 12, 1945; D 93826; Eli- 
nore Denniston, Ndw York. 2675 



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2730 



Date with a disc. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1945; D 93734; 
Enoch Light, Danbury, Conn. 2676 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 

© Lord, inc., New York. 2677-2681 

Program no. 150, Case of the mosquito record- 
ing. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93681. 

Program no. 15L, Case of the mysterious hulk. 
© 1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93682. 

Program no. 152, Case of the Mexican ring. © 
1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93683. 

Program no. 153, Case of the train wreck. © 1 
c. June 15, 1945; D 93922. 

Program no. 154, Case of the sabotaged shoes. 
© 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93921. 

Dear listeners. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93669; Ann 
L. Barley, Washington. 2682 

Death in the limelight. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1944; D 
93670; Peggy Fitts, Stanford University, Calif. 

2683 

Death Valley sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 2684-2690 

Episode no. 35, May 3, 1945. © 1 c. May 24, 

1945; D 93606. 
Episode no. 36, May 10, 1945. © 1 c. May 24, 

1945; D 93607. 
Episode no. 37, May 17, 1945. © 1 c. May 24, 

1945; D 93608. 
Episode no. 38, May 24, 1945. © 1 c. May 29, 

1945; D 93672. 
Episode nos. 39, 40, May 31, June 7, 1945. © 1 

c. each June 13, 1945; D 93856, 93857. 
Episode no. 41, June 14, 1945. © 1 c. June 20, 

1945; D 93967. 

Dexter goes nowhere. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Dexter, pigeon-fancier. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Diagnosis after death. See Dr. Christian. 

Dialogues des vivants; par Jacques Soleymieu [pseud, 
of J. F. Charvet] © 1 c. May 24, 1945; D 93613; 
Jean Felix Charvet, Washington. 2691 

Dilly Lilly versus Gobbles. [Text only J © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1945; D 93592; Albert F. Holland, Los 
Angeles. 2692 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc.. New 
York. 2693-2697 

Episode no. 338, The hero. © 1 c. May 24, 1945; 

D 93605. 
Episode no. 339, A gentleman of myste*y. © 1 

c. June 5, 1945; D 93781. 
Episode no. 340, The General. © 1 c. June 13, 

1945; D 93854. 
Episode no. 341, Diagnosis after death. © 1 c. 

June 13, 1945; D 93855. 
Episode no. 342, Jere to libe. © 1 c. June 20, 

1945; D 93968. 

Doctor's conscience. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; D 93944; 
Peter Warren, New York. 2698 

Don Morgan and the Cossacks. © 1 c. May 14, 
1945; D 93735; Paul Colbrooke, Detroit. 2699 



Don't lie to your wife; or, Party girl. © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1945; D 93590; Campbell B. Casad, New York. 

2700 

Drunkard (The); new adaptation by Barbara Bogart 
[i. e. B. E. B. LoCicero] © 1 c. May 28, 1945; 
D 93653; Barbara Elizabeth Bogart LoCicero, 
San Francisco. 2701 

Duet in limbo; by G. Lewi [pseud, of Pat William- 
son & Ellen Bruce] © 1 c. June 2, 1945; D 
93732; Grant Lewi, New Rochelle, N. Y. 2702 

Eddie Bracken story. © Edward V. Bracken, Los 
Angeles. 2703-2715 

Feb. 11, 18, 25, 1945, by Robert Riley Crutcher. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 30, 1945; D 93314-93316. 
Mar. 4, 1945, by Robert Riley Crutcher. © 1 c. 

May 3, 1945; D 93842. 
Mar. 11, 18, 25, 1945, by E. V. Bracken & Mann 

Holiner. © 1 c. each May 3, 1945; D 93839- 

93841. 
Apr. 1, 8, 1945, by E. V. Bracken & Mann Holi- 
ner. © 1 c. each May 2, 1945; D 93330, 93331. 
Apr. 22, 29, May 6, 1945, by E. V. Bracken & 

Mann Holiner. © 1 c. each May 19, 1945; D 

93837, 93838, 93843. 
May 27, 1945, by Nat Linden, E. V. Bracken & 

Mann Holiner. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 93836. 

Emmeline; or, Aunt Emmeline. © 1 c. June 7, 
1945; D 93767; Marian Page Johnson, New York. 

2716 

Ever in remembrance, I; or, 3 loves had I. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1945; D 93802; Herbert S. W. Cox, Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 2717 

Exercise in horror. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93972; 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 2718 

Fantastic holiday; book & lyrics by F. Warren & B. 
Jaffey, music by F. Warren. [Text only] © 1 c. 
June 18, 1945; D 93930; Betty Jaffey & Frank 
Warren, Chicago. 2719 

Father's day. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Fibber McGee and Molly; by Don Quinn & Phil 
Leslie. © S. C. Johnson & sqn, inc., Racine, 
Wis. 2720-2727 

Feb. 1, 8, 1945. © 1 c. each May 21, 1945; D 

93561, 93562. 
May 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 1945. © 1 c. 

each June 27, 1945; D 94027-94032. 

Finders keepers. © 1 c. May 24, 1945; D 93641; 
Rube Goldberg, New York. 2728 

First woman. See D T's. 

Five millionth. See Personally conducted. 

Flora Macdonald, preserver of Prince Charles. © 
1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93686; Clare Johnson Mar- 
ley, Cary, N. C. 2729 

Fool's paradise; by Paul Lindau, adapted & trans- 
lated by I. Stewart. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; D 
93872; Ida Stewart, New York. 2730 



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27.21. 



Footnotes to history; Benny Havens. © 1 c. May 
7, 1945; D 93617; Elaine Lambert Lewis & James 
O'Beirne, Brooklyn. 2731 

For heaven's sake mother. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 
93593; Julie Berns, New York. 2732 

For the love of Mike; by Alix [i. e. A. V.] Nagy. © 
1 c. June 11, 1945; D 93814; Alice V. Nagy, Los 
Angeles. 2733 

For what we live; by Paul V. Ugenas. © 1 c. June 
6, 1945; D 93772; Paul V. Ugenskas, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 2734 

Forbid them not; by Aurand [i. e. J. A.J Harris. © 
1 c. June 10, 1945; D 93995; James Aurand 
Harris, Jamesport, Mo. 2735 

Forever is now. © 1 c. May 15, 1945; D 93871; 
Adele Longmire, New Orleans. 2736 

Formula for love. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; D 93813; 
John McMahill & Charles W. Madrin, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2737 

Fourteen radio plays; by Jane Burr [pseud, of R. G. 
Winslow] © May 7, 1945; D 93744; Rose G. 
Winslow, Woodstock, N. Y. 2738 

Fragile web. © 1 c. May 25, 1945; D 93620; S. Lee 
Kanner, Philadelphia. 2739 

Fruit salad. See Grand hotel. 

Fuga de la muerte; por E. Z. Role [pseud, of A. E. 
Vergara] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1945; D 93663; Angelo 
Elorz Vergara, Los Angeles. 2740 

Fugitives. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Fun in the family. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; D 93785; 
Stanley Patrus, New York. 2741 

Gabriel blow your horn. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; D 
93848; Charles B. Millholland, New York. 2742 

General. See Dr. Christian. 

Gentleman of mystery. See Dr. Christian. 

Gift chest; or, Treasure chest, program 1, by Ann 
Barbinel. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93738; Anna K. 
Handelman, New York. 2743 

Gift of laughter; text & music by Florence Wickham 
[i. e. F.W. Lueder] © 1 c.May 2, 1945; D 76419; 
Florence Wickham Lueder, New York. 2744 

Gipsy princess; English adaptation by Arthur Miller 
of the operetta, Die Csardasfuerstin, lyrics by 
Arthur Stanley, book by Leo Stein &Bela Jenbach, 
music by Emmerich Kalman. [Libretto only] © 
1 c. Nov. 28, 1944; D 93546; Josef Weinberger, 
ltd., London. 2745 

Glamour by radio; by Cornelia Stabler [i. e. C. S. 
Gillam] © 1 c. May 22, 1945; D 93584; Cornelia 
Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill Falls, Pa. 2746 

Glorious victory; script by M. F. Hall, music by M. 
F. Hall & Dorothy B. Hall. [Libretto only] © 1 
c. May 30, 1945; D 93685; Myers Frederic Hall, 
Newport, R. I. 2747 



pt. I r n. s., v. 18 



Grand hotel. © Campany sales co., Batavia, III. 

2748-2751 
May 12, 1945; Blueberry street, by Forrest 

Barnes. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93549. 
May 26, 1945, Consignment - Lisbon, by Sidney 

Marshall. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; D 93730. 
June 2, 1945, In step again, by Mildred Hart & 

Noel McQueen. © 1 c. June 10, 1945; D 

93816. 
June 9, 1945, Fruit salad, by Virginia Stafford 

Lynn. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93898. 

Grand slam. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93927; Paul W. 
Douglass, New York. 2752 

Grandma and Sears, Roebuck; by Cornelia Stabler 
[i. e. C. S. Gillam] © 1 c. May 22,1945; D 
93581; Cornelia Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill Falls, 
Pa. 2753 

Great Caesar's ghost; by William D. Fisher. © 
June 5, 1945; D 93974; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 2754 

Great Gildersleeve; nos. 166-168, Apr. 29, May 5, 
6, 1945, by John Whedon & Sam Moore. © 1 c. 
each May 21, 1945; D 93563-93565; Kraft cheese 
CO., Chicago. 2755-2757 

Great highway; by August Strindberg, translated 
from the Swedish by A. Paulson. © 1 c. June 9, 
1945; D 93945; Arvid Paulson, New York. 2758 

Green Hornet; no. 690, Cold storage, by Trendle & 
Boulette. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 93560; Green 
Hornet, inc., Detroit. 2759 



Greeting (The) © 
Brownstone & 



1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93724; Saul 
Desly Garber, Brooklyn. 

2760 



Guimojfrom the novel by Walter Elwood, dramatiz- 
ation by A. M. Elwood. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 
93609; Anne Mack Elwood, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

2761 

Ham (The) never dies. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 
93926; Joseph M. Whelpton, Rockville Centre, N. 
Y. 2762 

Haunted rocking chair. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Haven; based on the novel, Mystery in the woodshed, 
by Anthony Gilbert. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 93787; 
Dennis Hoey, Beverly Hills, Calif. 2763 

Healthy laughter. [Yiddish text] © 1 c. June 1, 
1945; D 93721; Jacob Greenberg, New York. 

2764 

Heaven help a sailor. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 
93602; Maury Isaac Hull, Washington. 2765 

Henry Christophe. © 1 c. June 5, 1945; D 93962; 
Dan Hammerman, New York. 2766 

Hero. See Dr. Christian. 

Hollywood cafe; or, It's on the house, by Brenda 
Corless [pseud, of C. S. Blaney] © 1 c. May 10, 
1945; D 93783; Cecil Spooner Blaney, New 
Canaan, Conn. 276>? 



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2805 



Home for Christmas. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; D 
93547; William Whiting, New York. 2768 

Home is the hunter. © 1 c. May 24, 1945, D 93603; 
Harold R. English, New York. 2769 

Home of the brave. © 1 c. May 27, 1945; D 93648; 
Arthur Laurents, New York. 2770 

Honorable Abigail; by Ena Swan& Lewis [i. e. H. L.] 
Swan. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93589; Herbert 
Lewis Swan, Boston. 2771 

Hurry up guy. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93722; Ar- 
thur K. Ettlinger, Amarilla, Tex. 2772 

Hurry up to wait; text by John Henry [pseud, of R. 
C. Moses], music by J. Henry & Olive Dugan. © 
1 c. music May 19, 1945; © 1 c. libretto May 20; 
D 76421; Robert Coleman Moses, Great Neck, 
N. Y. 2773 

I remember mama; adapted from Kathryn Forbes' 
book, Mama's bank account. © May 10, 1945; D 
94025; John Van Druten, Thermal, Calif. 2774 

I told you so. © lc. May 5, 1945; D 93545; Leonard 

B. Stern, New York. 2775 

Identically yours; by J. Kesselring. © 1 c. May 28, 
1945; D 93654; Joseph Kesselring & Charlotte 
Kesselring, New York. 2776 

In step again. See Grand hotel. 

In the sun. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 93640; Michael 
O'Shaughnessy, New York. 2777 

It's on the house. See Hollywood cafe. 

It's the nuts. © 1 c. June 10, 1945; D 93815; Roger 

C. Patrick, Chicago. 2778 

Jere to libe. See Dr. Christian. 

Jim and his job. See Let's talk it over. 

Job makers; nos. 12, 13, Apr. 28, May 5, 1945, by 
Steven K. James [pseud, of C. A. Seltzer, jr.] © 
1 c. each May 23, 1945; D 93595, 93596; Charles 
A. Seltzer, jr., Cleveland. 2779, 2780 

Joyce Jordan, M. D.; episode no. 36, May 23, 1945, 
by Himan Brown. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93795; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2781 

Julius Caesar; by William Shakespeare, revised & 
paraphrased by A. O'Donoghue. © 1 c. June 18, 
1945; D 93928; Andrew O'Donoghue, Ten Sleep, 
Wy. 2782 

Katharine Schratt, empress without a crown. © 
Feb. 4, 1941; D 93963; Maurice Maeterlinck & 
Robert Goffin, New York. 2783 

Keep faith with us. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93666; 
Dorothy Richards Najarian, Watertown, Mass. 

2784 

King led the way. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

King (The) scorns Egypt. See Story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 



King's (A) fortune. See Story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

Knife of the party; or, You're killing me. ©' 1 c. 
May 29, 1945; D 93660; William Mishkin, New 
York. 2785 

Kookoo Kook; radio broadcast, by Iris Vorel [pseud, 
of M. Bridgman] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1945; D 93634; 
Margaret Bridgman, Canadensis, Pa. 2786 

Kraft music hall; Apr. 5, 19, 26, May 3, 10, 1945, 
by J. Walter Thompson co. © 1 c. each May 31, 
1945; D 93693-93697; Kraft cheese co., inc., 
Chicago. 2787-2791 

Lady intervenes. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; D 93551; 
Arthur Stringer, Mountain Lakes, N. J. 2792 

Lady of the house. © 1 c. June 23, 1945; D 93989; 
Searle Louis Kramer, Long Island City, N. Y. 

2793 

Laugh, town, laugh; Variety. © 1 c. June 12, 1945; 
D 93828; Harry Thurston, Los Angeles. 2794 

Laughter in the night. See Spider traps. 

Lecture in Littleton, pts. 1-5. See Aunt Jenny's 
real life stories. 

Left of center. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 93769; Joseph 
M. Graham, Brooklyn. 2795 

Legend of life and love at Lud's Landing. See 
Black gull of Garand's Island. 

Let's get out of here; by Bruce L. Henry. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1945; D 93868; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 2796 

Let's talk it over; no. 2, Jim and his job. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1945; D 93757; Brenton Grant, Webster 
Groves, Mo. 2797 

Liberty girl; lyrics & book by Edgar Paulton &J. T. 
Chamberlin, music by William A. Mackaloon. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1945; D 93740; John 
Thomas Chamberlin, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 

2798 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1746, by Carl 
Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 
93793; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2799 

Life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, Hollywood, Calif. 

2800-2803 
Script no. 71, May 20, 1945. © 1 c. May 25, 

1945; D 93622. 
Script no. 72, May 27, 1945. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; 

D 93723. 
Script no. 73, June 3, 1945. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; 

D 93799. 
Script no. 74, June 10, 1945. © lc. June 15, 1945; 

D 93899. 

Light over ruins. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; D 93768; 
Henry Dionysius Straubel, Newark, Del. 2804 

Lingerie counter. © 1 c. June 12, 1945; D 93933; 
Erna Wedeman, New York. 2805 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Live and let live. © 1 c. June 18, 1945; D 93929; 
Helen Louise Green, North Hollywood, Calif. 

2806 

Long may it wave. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 93754; 
Richard Anderson Dana, Forest Hills, N. Y. 

2807 

Long way from home; a new adaptation by R. Good- 
man & W. Carroll of Maxim Gorki's The lower 
depths. © 1 c. June 4, 1945; D 93749; Randolph 
Goodman & Walter Carroll, New Haven. 2808 



Look out for the curve. © 
93859; Louise Beeston 
Francisco. 



1 c. June 14, 1945; D 

& Frances Kroll, San 

2809 



Lovely lady; three scripts for audition, by Esterre 
Schuyler. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 93575; Esterre 
W. Ruplin, Chicago. 2810 

Lovers' reunion. See Story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

Lower depths. See Long way from home. 

Lux radio theatre; by J. Walter Thompson co. © 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 2811-2817 
Apr. 9, 1945, The suspect. © 1 c. May 31, 1945; 

D 93687. 
Apr. 16, 1945, Only yesterday. © 1 c. May 31, 

1945; D 93688. 
Apr. 23, 1945, The petrified forest. © 1 c. May 

31, 1945; D 93689. 
Apr. 30, 1945, Moontide. © 1 c. May 31, 1945; 

D 93690. 
May 7, 1945, Sing you sinners. © 1 c. May 31, 

1945; D 93691. 
May 14, 1945, Alexander Graham Bell. © 1 c. 

May 31, 1945; D 93692. 
June 11, 1945. © 1 c. June 23, 1945; D 93980. 

Madonna; by Cornells Stabler [i. e. C. S. Gillam] 
© 1 c. May 22, 1945; D 93582; Cornelia Stabler 
Gillam, Buck Hill Falls, Pa. 28^18 

Mama's bank account. See I remember mama. 

Man-hunt. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Manfred; by Lord George Gordon Byron, adapted by 
E. Schick. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 93825; Elliot 
Schick, Brooklyn. 2819 

Marcel Anspach's new Alice in Wonderful. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1945; D 93753; Marcel Anspach, New 
York. 2820 

.March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

2821-2826 
May 17, 1945. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; D 93573. 
May 24, 1945. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 93636. 
May 31, 1945. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; D 93728. 
June 7, 1945. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93798. 
June 14, 1945. © 1 c. June 17, 1945; D 93931. 
June 21, 1945. © 1 c. June 23, 1945; D 93985. 

Mark. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93873; Victoria 
Kuhn, Washington. 2827 

Medal of honor; by Nat Glade [pseud, of Nathan Gold- 
stein] & W. Klinkowitz. © 1 c. June 23, 1945; D 
93994; William Klinkowitz & Nathan Goldstein, 
Brooklyn. 2828 



Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 2829-2836 

Episode 66, Dexter, pigeon-fancier, Apr. 26, 

1945. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93570. 
Episode 67, Corliss buys some records, May 3, 

1945. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93571. 
Episode 68, Mum's the word, May 10, 1945. © 

1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93572. 
Episode 69, The parking of Dexter 's car. © 1 

c. June 27, 1945; D 94038. 
Episode 70, Corliss collects coins. © 1 c. June 

27, 1945; D 94039. 
Episode 71, Business wife. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; 

D 94040. 
Episode 72, Dexter goes* nowhere. © 1 c. June 

27, 1945; D 94041. 
Episode 73, Father's day. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; 

D 94042. 

Memories in masquerade; or, The woman without a 
face. © 1 c. May 16, 1945; D 93961; Edgard da 
Rocha Miranda, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 2837 

Meninas (Las); by A. F. Armstrong. © 1 c. June 
13, 1945; D 93852; Alta Florence Armstrong, 
Kansas City, Mo. 2838 

Merchant of Venice; by William Shakespeare, notes 
& edited by George Lyman Kittredge, notes & 
glossary by Arthur Colby Sprague. © Apr. 12, 
1945; A 187677; Ginn & co., Boston. 2839 

Midnight foretells the dawn. © 1 c. May 18, 1945; 
D 93552; Fenn Guernsey, Detroit. 2840 

Mighty fallen. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93665; Aaron 
Rosenblatt, Detroit. 2841 

Millennium 1; by William A. Dwiggins. © Apr. 16, 
1945; D 93633; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 

2842 

Milton dictating to his daughters; by A. F. Arm- 
strong. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; D 93850; Alta 
Florence Armstrong, Kansas City, Mo. 2843 

Miss Susan Ainsley. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93739; 
Richard Corson, Elgin, 111. 2844 

Mr. Pyle. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93973; Arch 
Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 2845 

Mr. Ten Percent. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93971; 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 2846 

Mixed controls; by Alfred F. Stury & J. Morro 
[pseud, of Jeanne Mower] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1945; 
D 93662; Jeanne Mower, Hollywood, Calif. 2847 

Modern children. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; D 93818; 
Evelyn M. Moore, Havana. 2848 

Money or mutiny; script no. 1, Aug. 29, 1944. © 1 
c. Jan. 10, 1945; D 93764; Raymond Irvine Hamby, 
Santa Monica, Calif. 2849 

Moontide. See Lux radio theatre. 

Morey Lane. © 1 c. May 24, 1945; D 93612; Gladys 
S. Foster, Morristown, N. J. 2850 

Mother isn't strong. © 1 c. May 29, 1945; D 93658; 
Dan Totheroh, Carmel, Calif. 2851 



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2893 



Mum's the word. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Murder in cell seventeen. See Return of Nick 
Carter. 

Murder on the trail. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

My advice to you. © 1 c. May 10, 1945; D 93736; 
Benjamin H. Brady, New York. 2852 

My sister! My sister! © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1945; D 
93786; Jewell Adams, New York. 2853 

Mystery in the woodshed. See Haven. 

New Jersey, Pa. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93937; 
Alexander Greendale, Brooklyn. 2854 

Nick Carter and the mystery of Hangman's wood. 
See Return of Nick Carter. 

Night. © 1 c. June 14, 1945; D 93863; Arch Oboler, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2855 

Night errand; or, Rude awakening. © 1 c. May 23, 
1945; D 93614; Wilbur Wayne Dickens, Ann Arbor. 

2856 

Night patrol. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1945; D 93440; Frank 
De Besa, New York. 2857 

Night wind; by A. Romano, translated from the 
Italian by L. B. Romano. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1945; 
D 93576; Liboria B. Romano & Armando Romano, 
Brooklyn. 2858 

Nine thousand miles is here; by Jack H. Gordun. © 
1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93970; Jacob Harris Gor- 
don, Maiden, Mass. 2859 

November moon. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 93934; 
Joseph M. Gallagher, jr., Darby, Pa. 2860 

Nuts to you. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; D 93845; Nan- 
nette H. Schlesinger, Cincinnati. 2861 

Of Mercedes called Mary; by Wilmar [i. e. H. W.] 
Edgar. © 1 c. May 22, 1945; D 93935; Henry 
Wilmar Edgar, Los Angeles. 2862 

Off we go. © 1 c. June 23, 1945; D 93990; Harry N. 
Peterson, Fort Worth. 2863 

Oh aldehuela de Belen. See Cancion (La) de Belen. 

Oh Puerto Rico querido. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 
93997; Antonio De La Puente, New York. 2864 

Oif di berg fun Golil. [Yiddish text] © 1 c. June 
13, 1945; D 93844; Benjamin Ressler.New York. 

2865 

On heaven's doorstep; pt. 13. © June 12, 1945; D 
93865; Carl A. Barrett, Chicago. 2866 

Only yesterday. See Lux radio theatre. 

Ouanga. © 1 c. May 24, 1945; D 93611; Gladys S. 
Foster, Morristown, N. J. 2867 

Our Russian cousin, by L. Verneuil, translated & 
adapted from the French by J. Hinton. © 1 c. 
June 7, 1945; D 93770; Louis Verneuil, Los An- 
geles & Jane Hinton, Philadelphia. 2868 



Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 3091, by 
Leston Huntley. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93791; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2869 

Papa Papali. See Candy. 

"Paradise; translated from the French, Le Paradis, 
by M. Anspach. © 1 c. June 14, 1945; D 93862; 
Marcel Anspach, New York. 2870 

Parents' magazine on the air; program nos. 34-40. 
© 1 c. each June 7, 1945; D 93774-93780; Parents' 
institute, inc., New York. 2871-2877 

Parents on trial. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 93924; 
Michael Kallesser, New York. 2878 

Parking of Dexter's car. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Party girl. See Don't lie to your wife. 

Peoria street, U. S. A.; episode 1. © 1 c. May 18, 
1945; D 93548; Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 2879 

Personal touch. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; D 93936; 
Morton Krouse, Philadelphia. 2880 

Personally conducted; or, The five millionth. © 1 
c. June 7, 1945; D 93773; William Alexander 
Kirkland, New York. 2881 

Peter Grimes; libretto by Montagu Slater, music by 
Benjamin Britten. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 76423; 
Boosey & Hawkes, ltd., London. 2882 

Petrified forest. See Lux radio theatre. 

Pick up the pieces; based on an original story. © 
1 c. June 25, 1945; D 93996; Edward Stanley 
Kneeland, jr. & John Gulick Whitaker, Bronx- 
ville, N. Y. 2883 

Pioneers in the new world. © 1 c. May 27, 1945; D 
93655; Bernice Hilliard, Fitzgerald, Ga. 2884 

Pit and the pendulum. © 1 c. June 14, 1945; D 93860; 
Paul Bernard Ross, New York. 2885 

Pitchman. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93953; Vivian 
Cosby, Los Angeles. 2886 

Playhell in Playland. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; D 93846; 
Henry G. Karan, Forest Hills, N. Y. 2887 

Pleased to meet you. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93585; 
Vieda Carran, Forest Hills, N. Y. 2888 

Portraits in oil. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93875; 
Dora Hellman, Brooklyn. 2889 

Present mirth. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 93755; Mark 
L. Potter, New York. 2890 

Private eye. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; D 93667; Milton 
J. Kramer, New York. 2891 

Professor Broadway and Boitram. © 1 c. June 18, 
1945; D 93932; Milton J. Kramer, New York. 2892 

Quality of power; by Donald N. Shepherd. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1945; D 93867; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 2893 



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28&L 



Quick decision. © 1 c. June 19, 
Vida Sanderson, New York. 



1945; D 93942; 
2894 



Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 

2895-2898 
May 15, 1945. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; D 93578. 
May 22, 1945. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 93638. 
May 29, 1945. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 93752. 
June 5, 1945. © 1 c. June 16, 1945; D 93897. 

Ramona; by V. C. Calhoun, from the novel of the 
same name by Helen Hunt Jackson. © 1 c. June 
22, 1945; D 93979; Virginia C. Calhoun, Los 
Angeles. 2899 

Recon pilot; May 28, 1945, by Harold Medford. © 
1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93878; E. I. Du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 2900 

Red mill; book & lyrics by Henry Blossom, music 
by Herbert Victor, book revisions by M.Lazarus. 
[Text only] © 1 c. May 6, 1945; D 93834; Mil- 
ton Lazarus, North Hollywood, Calif. 2901 

Rehearsal; by A. Aiken & Peter Scott [pseud, of M. 
Brand] © 1 c. June 16, 1945; D 93965; Alfred 
Aiken, New York & Max Brand, Hollis, L. I., N. 
Y. 2902 

Reina (La) del Ariel; de G. de Lara, musica de F. 
Longas. [Text only] © Apr. 18, 1945; D 93801; 
Gabriel de Lara & Federico Longas, Santiago, 
Chile. 2903 

Rendezvous with love and tragedy. © 1 c. May 20, 
1945; D 93959; Henry Whipple Woolley, Buffalo. 

2904 

Report to my relatives. © 1 c. June 14, 1945; D 
93864; Arch Oboler, Hollywood, Calif. 2905 

Report to the nation; by Margaret Miller & Bill 
Slocum, jr. © Colombia broadcasting system, 
inc., New York. 2906-2910 

Apr. 14, 1945. © Apr. 24, 1945; D 93829. 
Apr. 21, 28, 1945. © May 1, 1945; D 93830, 

93831. 
May 5, 1945. © May 28, 1945; D 93832. 
May 12, 1945. © June 1, 1945; D 93833. 

Retourne; by Dutton Endicott [pseud, of D. E. Sedg- 
wickj © 1 c. June 18, 1945; D 93939; Dorothy E. 
Sedgwick, Martin's Ferry, O. 2911 

Return. © 1 c. June 4, 1945; D 93750; Ellison 
Leonard Meier, jr., Fort Wayne. 2912 

Return engagement. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93566; 
Fay Kanin & Michael Kanin, Los Angeles. 2913 

Return of Nick Carter; by Edith Meiser. © Street 
& Smith publications, inc., New York. 2914-2918 
May 20, 1945, Nick Carter and the mystery of 

Hangman's wood. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 

93642. 
May 27, 1945, The haunted rocking chair. © 1 c. 

May 30, 1945; D 93678. , 
June 3, 1945, Short range death. © 1 c. June 9, 

1945; D 93824. 
June 10, 1945, Murder in cell seventeen. © 1 c. 

June 13, 1945; D 93889. 
June 17, 1945, The corpse accuses. © 1 c. June 

19, 1945; D 93950. 



Pt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



Return of the innocent. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 
93858; Milton N. Lomask & Whitford Kane, New 
York. 2919 

Revanche - Marion; When peace shall ring. [Ger- 
man text] © 1 c. June 23, 1945; D 93992; Ivan 
Heilbut, New York. 2920 

Right to happiness; episode no. 1456, by John M. 
Young. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93790; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2921 

Rip Van Winkle; from the story by Washington 
Irving, libretto, lyrics & music by Mitchell [i. 
e. A. M.] Hookins. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1945;D 76418; 
Adelbert Mitchell Hookins, Berkeley, Cflif. 

2922 

Rizal of the Philippines. © 1 c. June 16, 1945; D 
93958; Iva Broadhurst, New York. 2923 

Road of life; episode no. 1998, by Howard Teich- 
mann. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93792; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2924 

Room for one more. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; D 93943; 
Vida Mae Sanderson, New York. 2925 

Rude awakening. See Night errand. 

Russian lullaby; book, lyrics, new music & music 
adapted from melodies of Tschaikowsky by F. 
Vajda. © 1 c. libretto Apr. 13, 1945; © 1 c. 
lyrics & music Mar. 14, Apr. 13, May 22; D 
76420; Frederick Vajda, New York. 2926 



Saint or sinner; or, Conchita. © 1 c. Mar. 
1945; D 93763; Rochele Philipp, New York. 



27, 
2927 



Service; June 12, 1945. © 1 c. June 16, 1945; D 
93896; Alice Susannah, Woolgar, Chicago. 2928 

Seven plays of Maxim Gorky; translated by Alex- 
ander Bakshy, in collaboration with Paul S. 
Nathan. © May 22, 1945; A 187909; Yale univ. 
press, New Haven. 2929 

Shanty car. 2d ed. © 1 c. May 17, 1945; D 93925; 
Sidney Easton, Corona, N. Y. 2930 

Shebna's victory. See Story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

Short range death. See Return of Nick Carter. 

Short stories of the Southern Americas; translated 
by Willis Knapp Jones, in collaboration with 
Frances Heitsman, Jean James & Marian Fergu- 
son. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1944; D 93671; Dramatists' 
alliance, Stanford University, Calif. 2931 

Showing the home movies; by Cornelia Stabler [i. e. 
C. S. Gillamj © 1 c. May 22, 1945; D 93583; 
Cornelia Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill Falls, Pa. 

2932 

Signals on; by Barry Lane [pseud, of L. Eislerj © 
Lawrence Eisler, Brooklyn. 2933-2935 

© 1 c. May 29, 1945; D 39569. 
Mar. 29, Apr. 26, 1945. © 1 c< each May 22, 
1945; D 93598, 93599. 



84 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



n o. 6. 1945 



3000 



Sing cuckoo. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 94048; Ben- 
jamin Charles Martin, Cornwall on the Hudson, 
N. Y. 2936 

Sing you sinners. See Lux radio theatre. 

Sirocco. © 1 c. May 25, 1945; D 93619; Harriet 
Hinsdale & Victor A. Perry, Los Angeles. 2937 

Six thirty ferry. © 1 c. May 24, 1945; D 93610; 
Frances Isabel Upham, Columbia, Mo. 2938 

Slaves in Babylon. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 94046; 
Cora Paxton Stewart, Atlanta. 2939 

Smoke in my veins; by Jay Bennett [pseud, of J. B. 
Shapiro] © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93741; Jay Ben- ' 
nett Shapiro, Brooklyn. 2940 

Smoke-screen; or, Cure. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 
94045; Lisa D'Azevedo, New York. 2941 

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs; play & lyrics by 
E. Leoni, based on the story of Grimm brothers, 
music by the world's greatest composers. [Text 
only] © 1 c. May 25, 1945; D 93621; Eva Leoni, 
New York. 2942 

Somewhere in Arizona; book & lyrics by Neal [i. e. 
C. F.] Nichols, music by Gene Sargent. [Text 
only] © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 93762; Cornelius 
Franklin Nichols, Los Angeles. 2943 



Sophie Halenczik, American. 
D 93720; George Ross & 
York. 



© 1 c. May 26, 1945; 

Rose C. Feld, New 

2944 



Spider traps; or, Laughter in the night. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1945; D 93664; Thela Antoinette Le 
Dome, Grand Rapids, Mich. 2945 

Spittin' image. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93567; Ed- 
ward A. Spare, Camden, N. J. 2946 

Sports-go-bang. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93952; 
William C. Driscoll, Haddonfield, N. J. 2947 

Stag at eve; by Claire Parrish [pseud, of M. P. 
Grotewohl] © 1 c, May 25, 1945; D 93679; Mable 
P. Grotewohl, Hollywood, Calif. 2948 

State of the Union. © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 93727; 
Howard Lindsay & Russel C rouse, New York. 

2949 

i 

Stephen Bradley - private detective; by Phillips H. 

Lord. © 1 c. June 4, 1945; D 93782; Phillips H. 

Lord, inc., New York. 2950 

Store window. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; D 93771; George 
Francis Lowther, Scarsdale, N. Y. 2951 

Story of the Bible, Hezekiah sequence. © General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis. 2952-2956 

Avis' plan succeeds. © May 8, 1945; D 93955. 
The king scorns Egypt. © May 8, 1945; D 93956. 
A king's fortune. © May 21, 1945; D 93920. 
Lover's reunion. © May 21, 1945; D 93919. 
Shebna's victory. © May 8, 1945; D 93957. 

Strange gods. © 1 c. June 2, 1945; D 93733; Louis 
Feldhaus, Cincinnati. 2957 



Strange vine. © 1 c. June 14, 1945; D 93870; Ed- 
ward Howe Mabley, Suffern, N. Y. & Leonard 
Emil Mins, New York. 2958 

Suffer the children. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; D 93751; 
Jean Rushmore Wilson, New York. 2959 

Sultan and the merchant; by Delal Murris [pseud, 
of Delia Morris] © 1 c7 Apr. 6, 1945; D 93618; 
Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 2960 

Suspect. See Lux radio theatre. 

Ten nights in a barroom; adapted from the old 
melodrama by Philip Mathias. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1945; D 93737; Barbara Bogart Lo Cicero, San 
Francisco. 2961 

Tennessee Jed; by J. Walter Thompson co. © Ward 
baking co., New York. 2962-2986 

Episodes 8-29, Apr. 11-13, 16-20, 23-27, 30, 

May 1-4, 7-10, 1945. © 1 c. each May 31, 

1945; D 93698 93719. 
Episodes 57-59, June 19-21, 1945. © 1 c. each 

June 23, 1945; D 93981-93983. 

That Peterson family; by J. Lee Shanaphy, © 1 c. 
June 9, 1945; D 93797; John Leo Anthony Shanaphy, 
Jersey City. 2987 

Thief by day; by R. M. Gerhart, book based on a 
play by Ben Jonson, music based on compositions 
by Ludwig Beethoven & other masters. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1945; D 76422; Robert Martin Gerhart, 
New York. 2988 

Think twice my love; by Mary Drake [pseud, of G. 
Fields] & M. Victor. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 
93758; Germaine Fields & Mildred Victor, New 
York. 2989 

Thirty days hath September. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; 
D 93788; Virginia I. Hammond, New York. 

2990 

This is love; by Arden Walker & L. Egri. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1945; D 93861; Lajos Egri, New York. 

2991 

This is paradise. © 1 c. May 21, 1945; D 93960; 
Bushrod Henry Hancock, Los Angeles. 

2992 

3 loves had I. See Ever in remembrance, I. 

Time squared. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 93639; 
Arthur Shaw, Jamaica, N. Y. 2993 

Time's glory. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1945; D 93765; 
Frank B. Reber, jr., New York. 2994 

Tin Pan Alley of the air; by Bob Carman & Judith 
Tom. © Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago. 

2995-2999 
May 26, 1945. ©1 c. May 25, 1945; D 93976. 
June 2, 1945. © 1 c. June 10, 1945; D 93827. 
June 9, 1945. © 1 c. June 10, 1945; D 93835. 
June 16, 1945. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93886. 
June 23, 1945. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93951. 

To tell you the truth. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93800; 
Eva Wolas, New York. 3000 



85 



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3001 



pL I, n. s., v. 18 



To the unsatisfied. © 1 c, Apr. 28, 1945; D 93745; 
Douglas Eldridge Hudelson, New York. 3001 

Toast is on the spit. © 1 c. June 3, 1945; D 93742; 
Marie Henriette Gerac, New York. 3002 

Toast to Jerry. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; D 93941; 
Fredda Lauren, Dora Lynn & Haskell Goodman, 
New York. 3003 

Toasties time; by Benton & Bowles, inc. © General 
foods corp., New York. 3004-3008 

May 6, 1945. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; D 93577. 
May 13, 1945. © 1 c. May 29, 1945; D 93661. 
May 20, 27, 1945. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 93760, 

93761. 
June 3, 1945. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; D 93966. 

Tough sports. See Under command of memories. 

Town near Aachen. [German text] © 1 c. May 19, 
1945; D 93553; Peter Martin Lampel, New York. 

3009 

Treasure chest. See Gift chest. 

Truth is one thing. © 1 c. May 29, 1945; D 93656; 
Kirby Hawkes, New York. 3010 

Tyranny's garden. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 93594; 
Robert Vincent Crowley, Plymouth, Pa. 3011 

Under command of memories; or, The tough sports, 
by Terence [i. e. T. T.J Stessin. © 1 c. June 25, 
1945; D 94011; Terenthy Trofimoff Stessin, Los 
Angeles. 3012 

Variety. See Laugh, town, laugh. 

Water music; by A. F. Armstrong. © 1 c. June 13, 
1945; D 93853; Alta Florence Armstrong, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 3013 

We all shall have coffee. © 1 c. June 4, 1945; D 

93743; Francois M. TurenneDe Pres, Washington. 

J 3014 

Weapon: 4H; Apr. 23, 1945, by Peter Lyon. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1945; D 93597; E. I. Du Pont de Nemours 
& co., Wilmington, Del. 3015 

Weather is a weapon; May 14, 1945, by Charles 
Rabiner. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 93876; E. I. Du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 3016 

We'll take the high road; by Bruce L. Henry. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1945; D 93869; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 3017 

Wheel. © 1 c. June 20, 1945; D 93940; John Pierce, 
New York. 3018 



When peace shall ring. See Revanche - Marion. 

When the bough breaks; by Rowland [i. e. C. R.J 
Posey. © 1 c. May 22, 1945; D 93587; Charles 
Rowland Posey, Baltimore. 3019 

Where beauty lies. © 1 c. May 20, 1945; D 93568; 
Eaward Charles La Forge, New York. 3020 

Whistler's mother; by A. F. Armstrong. © 1 c. 
June 13, 1945; D 93849; Alta Florence Armstrong, 
Kansas City, Mo. 3021 

Who is Silvia; by Dorian [i. e. Dorothy] Weiler & M. 
Weiler. © 1 c. June 5, 1945; D 93759; Dorothy 
Weiler & Miriam Weiler, New York. 3022 

"Whodunit. © 1 c.June 13, 1945; D 93847; Guy Carl- 
ton Mercer, River Forest, III. 3023 

Widow's walk. © 1 c. June 6, 1945; D 93766; Ar- 
thur Leonard Finney, West Medf ord, Mass. 3024 

Woman bites dog. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 93604; 
Bella Spewack & Samuel Spewack, New York. 

3025 

Woman of America; episode no. 603, May 16, 1945, 
by Doria Folliott. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93796; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3026 



Woman without a face, 
rade. 



See Memories in masque- 



Wrong road. © 1 c. May 28,1945; D 93680; Samuel 
Lowry Latimer, jr., Columbia, S. C. 3027 

Yankee (A) in Mexico. © 1 c. June 5, 1945; D 93/48; 
Cecil Spooner Blaney, New Canaan, Conn. 3028 

Yipe yeeow. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 93601; John 
Haywood Lovelace, New York. 3029 

Yolanda; by Pablo Williams & Arthur Gondra. © 1 
c. June 21, 1945; D 93969; Pablo Abitabile, New 
York & Walter Dreher, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 3030 

You are the people. © 1 c. May 19, 1945; D 93993; 
Carol L. Levene, San Francisco. 3031 

You can't lose. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 94047; 
Frederick Brown, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 3032 

Young Dr. Malone; episode no. 41, May 29, 1945, by 
Janice Giant. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 93794; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3033 

Your land and my land. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 
93591; Max Golding, Brooklyn. 3034 

You're killing me. See Knife of the party. 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,024 unpublished) -- — 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 31 unpublished) • 

Dramatico- musical compositions (including 31 unpublished) -- -• 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 

Total 



2,262 
39 
40 

1 



2,342 



86 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3034 



All by his lonesome; by Edward E. Kidder & Augus- 
ta Raymond Kidder. © Jennie Raymond, New 
York. R 138202, Dec. 18, 1944. 1 

Azora, the daughter of Montezuma; libretto by 
David Stevens, music by Henry Hadley. [Li- 
bretto only] © G. Schirmer, inc., New York. R 
137997, Mar. 7, 1945. 2 

Beyond. © Alice Gerstenberg, Chicago. R 137690, 
Mar. 4, 1945. 3 

Fire-prince (The); libretto by David Stevens, music 
by Henry Hadley, [Libretto only] © Oliver Dit- 
son co., Philadelphia. R 138263, Mar. 20, 1945. 

4 



Hearts. © Alice Gerstenberg, Chicago. 
Mar. 4, 1945. 



R 137689, 
5 



Isabeau; book by Luigi Illica, English version by 
Theodore Baker, music by Pietro Mascagni. 
[Libretto only] © G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
R 138520, Mar. 22, 1945. 6 

Island of Lethe; book & lyrics by L. Kummer. 
[Libretto only] © Lourine Kummer, Evanston, 
III. R 138540, Mar. 24, 1945. 7 

It happens to everybody. © Louis Kaufman Ans- 
pacher, New York. R 137297, Feb. 20, 1945. 8 

Light-o-love. © May Beatrice McLaughlin, Corona, 
L. I., N. Y. R 138392, Apr. 21, 1945. 9 



Lodoletta; libretto by C. Forzano, English version 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by Pietro Mas- 
cagni. [Libretto only] © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. R 137999, Mar. 7, 1945. 10 

Oh! You Shakespeare. © Earney Gerard, New 
York. R 137759, Feb. 27, 1945. 11 

Parlor, bearoom and bath; by C. W. Bell & Mark 
Swan. © Alice M. Swan, Longmeadow, R I. R 
137296, Feb. 20, 1945. 12 

She stoops to conquer; by Oliver Goldsmith, edited 
by D. Miles. © Dualey Miles, New York. R 
137883, Mar. 5, 1945. ' 13 

Single man; by Hubert Henry Davies. © Theophilus 
Olive Davies, Hawkley nr. Liss, Hants, England 
& Stephen Naunton Young, London. R 137700, 
Nov. 11, 1942. 14 

Some show. © Barney Gerard, New York. R 
137<58, Feb. 27, 1945. 15 

'Twas once in May; English version by Grace Isabel 
Colbron. © Hans Bartsch.New York. R 137621, 
Feb. 1, 1945. 16 

Vagabond; libretto by Jean Richepin, English trans- 
lation by Frederick H. Martens, music by Xavier 
Leroux [Libretto only] © G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. R 137998, Mar. 7, 1945. 17 



87 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Ain't that ducky, © May 21, 1945; M 15975; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3035 

Airways of the future. © Dec. 1, 1944; M 15978; 
Time, inc., New York. 3036 

Americans all. © Mar. 1, 1945; M 15979; Time, 
inc., New York. 3037' 

Artistry in rhythm. © May 28, 1945; L 13293; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 3038 

Atmosphere and its circulation; pt. 1, Ocean of air. 
© Dec. 30, 1944; M 15984; Encyclopaedia bri- 
tannica films, inc., New York. 3039 

Automotive operation and maintenance, automobile 
operation. © Jam Handy organization, Detroit. 

3040-3043 

1, Know your car. © May 1, 1945; M 16021. 

2, Your driving habits. © May 1, 1945; M 16020. 

3, Keeping your car fit. © May 1, 1945; M 
16028. 

4, The periodic check-up. © May 1, 1945; M 
16022. 

Bands across the sea. © June 19, 1945; M 16037; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3044 

Be patient, patient. © Nov. 30, 1944; L 13259; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 3045 

Betrayal from the East; based upon the novel by 
Alan Hynd. © Mar. 22, 1945; L 13283; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3046 

Black Arrow. © Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3047-3050 
Chap. no. 1, The city of gold. © Oct. 20, 1944; 

L 13281. 
Chap. no. 2, Signal of fear. © Oct. 27, 1944; L 

13290. 
Chap. no. 4, Terror of the Badlands. © Nov. 10, 

1944; L 13315. 
Episode no. 3, The seal of doom. © Nov. 3, 

1944; L 13308. 

Blazing trap. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Boston Blackie booked on suspicion. © May 10, 
1945; L 13305; Columbia pictures Corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3051 

Both barrels blazing. © May 17, 1945; L 13279; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3052 

Brenda Starr, reporter; based upon the comic strip 
of the same name, created by Dale Messick. © 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3053-3056 
Chap. no. 1, Hot news. © Jan. 20, 1945; L 13282. 
Chap. no. 2, The blazing trap. © Feb. 2,1945; L 
13289. 



Chap. no. 4, A ghost walks. © Feb. 16, 1945; L 

13314. 
Episode no. 3, Taken for a ride. © Feb. 9, 1945; 

L 13307. 

Bullet serenade. See Master key. 

Care of pets. © Oct. 25, 1944; M 15985; Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc., New York. 3057 

Caribbean region, 3. See Colombia and Venezuela. 

Check and double check; by Stanley F. Withe. © 
Mar. 1, 1945; M 16036; AEtna casualty & surety 
co., Hartford. 3058 



Cisco Kid in old New Mexico; based on the character 
created by O'Henry. © Mar. 26, 1945; L 13267; 
Monogram pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3059 

City of gold. See Black Arrow. 

Colombia and Venezuela; Caribbean region, 3. © 
Dec. 19, 1944; M 15986; Encyclopaedia britannica 
films, inc., New York. 3060 

Community sing; series no. 9, nos. 3, 7, 8. © Nov. 
10, 1944, Mar. 15, Apr. 12,1945; M 16004-16006; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3061-3063 

Companions of Jehu. See Fighting guardsman. 

Coney Island honeymoon. © Dec. 19, 1944; L 13318; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3064 

Contrast in rhythm. © June 4, 1945; M 15997; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3065 

Counter-attack; adapted from the play, Counter- 
attack, by Janet & Philip Stevenson, based upon 
Pobyeda, by Ilya Vershinin & Mikhail Ruderman. 
© Apr. 26, 1945; L 13280; Columbia pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3066 

Dawn of better living. © Apr. 13, 1945; M f5998; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 3067 

Dear octopus. See Randolph family. 

Death on the dial. See Master key. 

Designing a pattern for a water-cooled motor block. 
See Precision wood machining, problems in 
patternmaking. 

Designing core boxes for a water-cooled motor 
block. See Precision wood machining, prob- 
lems in patternmaking. 

Development and care. See Teeth. 



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n o. 6. 1945 



Diode - principles and applications. See Engineer- 
ing, electronics. 

Doubtful dollars; by Stanley F. Withe. © Mar. 1, 
1945; M 16035; AEtna casualty & surety co., 
Hartford. 3068 

Drawbridge danger. See Master key. 

Enchanted cottage; based on the play by Sir Arthur 
Wing Pinero. © Mar. 9, 1945; L 13271; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3069 

Engineering, electronics; The diode - principles 
and applications. © Mar. 1, 1945; M 15973; 
Loucks & Norling studios, New York. 3070 

Escape in the desert; from a play by Robert E. 
Sherwood. © Mar. 22, 1945; L 13285; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 3071 

Escape in the fog. © Apr. 5, 1945; L 13268; Colum- 
bia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3072 

Eve knew her apples. © Apr. 12, 1945; L 13269; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3073 

Falcon in Hollywood; based on the character created 
by Michael Arlen. © Nov. 30, 1944; L 13284; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 3074 

Fighting guardsman; based on The companions of 
Jehu, by Alexander Dumas. © May 23, 1945; L 
13275; Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3075 

Film memos. © title, descr. & 6 prints reed. June 
2, 1945; M 15992; General motors Corp., Detroit. 

3076 

French campaign, 1944. © Mar.!, 1945; M 15980; 
Time, inc., New York. 3077 

Ghost (A) walks. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Gruesome twosome. © May 5,1945; M 16007; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3078 

Guy (A) a gal and a pal. © Mar. 8, 1945; L 13274; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3079 

Hare trigger. © May 29, 1945; M 15976; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3080 

Having wonderful crime. © Dec. 31,1944; L 13273; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 3081 

High powered. © Feb. 16, 1945; L 13277; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 3082 

Hot news. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

If I had my way. © May 28 ; 1945; M 15968; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3083 

I'll tell the world. © May 28, 1945; L 13301; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 3084 

India. © Dec. 1, 1944; M 15981; Time, inc., New 
York. 3085 



3098 



Indian rhapsody. © May 28, 1945; M 15966; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3086 

Individual home. See Problems of housing. 

Jasper's minstrels. © Mar. 26, 1945; L 13291; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 3087 

Keeping your car fit. See Automotive operation 
and maintenance, automobile operation. 

Kickapoo juice; adapted from the cartoon strip, 
Li'l Abner, by Al Capp. © Feb. 23, 1945; L 
13312; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 3088 

Knight (A) and a blonde. © Nov. 17, 1944; L 13316; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3089 

Know your car. See Automotive operation and 
maintenance, automobile operation. 

Li'l Abner. See Kickapoo juice. 

Love letters; from the novel by Chris Massie. © 
June 5, 1945; L 13292; Hal Wallis productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3090 

Lulu's birthday party. © Dec. 29, 1944; L 13303; 
Paramount pictures inc., New York. 3091 

Making a core box for a machine base. See Pre- 
cision wood machining, problems in pattern- 
making. 

Making a pattern for a machine molded steel globe 
and angle valve. See Precision wood machining, 
problems in patternmaking. 

Making a pattern requiring a cover core. See Pre- 
cision wood machining, problems in pattern- 
making. 

Making a pattern requiring box construction. See 
Precision wood machining, problems in pattern- 
making. 

Making a pattern requiring segmental construction. 
See Precision wood machining, problems in 
patternmaking. 

Making a pattern using a green and a dry sand core. 
See Precision wood machining, problems in 
patternmaking. 

Making pattern, coreboxes, and assembling cores 
for a water-cooled motor block. See Precision 
wood machining, problems in patternmaking. 

Manicero. © May 28, 1945; M 15969; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 3092 

Master key. © Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 3093-3098 

Chap. no. 4, Drawbridge danger. © May 8, 1945; 

L 13262. 
Chap. no. 5, Runaway car. © May 8, 1945; L 

13263. 
Chap. no. 6, Shot down. © May 8, 1945; L 13264. 
Chap. no. 7, Death on the dial. © May 28, 1945; 

L 13294. 
Chap. no. 8, Bullet serenade. © May 28, 1945; 

L 13295. 



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3099 



Chap. no. 9, On stage for murder. © May 28, 
1945; L 13296. 

Mexican sea sports. © June 9, 1945; M 16015; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 3099 

Mr. Emmanuel; from the novel by Louis Golding. 
© Jan. 19, 1945; L 13302; General film distribu- 
tors, ltd., London. 3100 

Mr. Jackson from Jacksonville. © June 4, 1945; M 
15996; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 3101 

Mr. X blues. © June 4, 1945; M 15995; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3102 

Mouse (The) comes to dinner. © Apr. 3, 1945; L 
13287; Loew's, inc., New York. 3103 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 67-76. © Apr. 20, 24, 
27, May 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 21, 1945; M 19562- 
15965, 16000-16003, 16031, 16032; Movietonews, 
inc., New York. 3104-3113 

Murder, he says. © Apr. 6, 1945; L 13306; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 3114 

Mutt 'n bones. © Aug. 25, 1944; L 13313; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 3115 

New England. © Dec. 1, 1944; M 15982; Time, inc., 
New York. 3116 

Ocean of air. See Atmosphere and its circulation. 

On stage for murder. See Master key. 

Overseas roundup no. 2. © May 29, 1945; M 15977; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3117 

Periodic check-up. See Automotive operation and 
maintenance, automobile operation. 

Pillow to post; from the stage play by Rose Simon 
Kohn. © June 9, 1945; L 13304; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 3118 

Plants and research laboratories of Hourdy. © 
title, descr. & 12 frames reed. June 17, 1945; M 
16034; Jam Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 

3119 

Play time polka. © May 28, 1945; M 15971; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3120 

Pobyeda. See Counter-attack. 

Popular science; J 4-5. © June 1, 1945; M 16014; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 3121 



Porkyliar piggy. © Oct. 13, 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 



1944; L 13260; Screen 
3122 



Power of the Whistler. © Apr. 19, 1945; L 13270; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3123 

Precision wood machining, problems in pattern- 
making. © Jam Handy organization, Detroit. 

3124-3133 



Pt. I. n. s. f v. 18 



Designing a pattern for a water-cooled motor 

block. © May 15, 1945; M 16018. 
Designing core boxes for a water-cooled motor 

block. © May 15, 1945; M 16017. 
Making a core box for a machine base. © May 

15, 1945; M 16026. 
Making a pattern for a machine molded steel 

globe and angle valve. © May 15, 1945; M 

16025. 
Making a pattern requiring a cover core. © May 

15, 1945; M 16019. 
Making a pattern requiring box construction. © 

May 15, 1945; M 16030. 
Making a pattern requiring segmental construc- 
tion. © May 15, 1945; M 16024. 
Making a pattern using a green and a dry sand 

core. © May 15, 1945; M 16029. 
Making pattern, coreboxes and assembling cores 

for a water-cooled motor block. © May 15, 

1945; M 16023. 
Redesigning a pattern for production purposes. 

© May 15, 1945; M 16027. 

Principles of home canning. © Oct. 25, 1944; M 
15987; Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., New 



York. 



3134 



Problems of housing; The individual home. © Dec. 
30, 1944; M 15988; Encyclopaedia britannica 
films, inc., New York. 3135 

Randolph family; based on the play, Dear octopus, 
by Dodie Smith. ©June 15, 1945; L 1331 9; English 
films, inc., London. 3136 

Redisigning a pattern for production purposes. See 
Precision wood machining, problems in pattern- 
making. 

Return of the Durango Kid. © Apr. 19, 1945; L 
13278; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3137 

Rhythm round- up; based upon a work by Jack Frost. 
© June 7, 1945; L 13310; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3138 

Right to the point. © title & descr. reed. June 3, 
1945; 11 prints reed. June 2; M 15999; Jam Handy 
organizations, inc., Detroit. 3139 

Rockin' the Rockies. © Apr. 17, 1945; L 13309; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3140 

Rough, tough and ready. © Mar. 22, 1945; L 13317; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3141 

Royal scandal; from a play by Lajos Biro & Mel- 
chior Lengyel, adapted by Bruno Frank. © Apr. 
11, 1945; L 13297; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 3142 

Runaway car. See Master key. 

Scrappily married. © Mar. 26, 1945; L 13276; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 3143 

Screen snapshots; series 24, nos. 2, 4, 5. © Sept. 
22, Nov. 22, Dec. -28, 1944; M 15957; 15958, 
15961; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3144-3146 



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no. 6, 1945 



3176 



Seal of doom. See Black Arrow. 

Seeing El Salvador. © Apr. 6, 1945; M 15974; 
Lowe's, inc., New York. 3147" 

Seesaw (The) and the shoes. © May 1, 1945; L 
13286; Loew's, inc., New York. 3148 

Seesaw (The) and the shoes. © May 1, 1945; L 
13298; Loew's, inc., New York. 3149 

She gets her man. © Feb. 7, 1945; L 13265; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 3150 

Shot down. See Master key. 

Signal of fear. See Black Arrow. 

Snoqualomie Jo Jo. © June 4, 1945; M 15993; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 

3151 

Song of the sarong. © May 18, 1945; L 13266; Uni- 
versal pictures co. , inc., New York. 3152 

South Africa. © Dec. 1, 1944; M*15983; Time, inc., 
New York. 3153 

Speaking of animals as the talk of the town. © May 
18, 1945; M 15959; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 3154 

Story of American dental association. © title, 
descr. & 11 frames reed. June 17, 1945; M 16033; 
Jam Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 3155 

Story of two cigarettes. © May 28, 1945; M 15967; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3156 

Swing out sister. © May 8, 1945; L 13261; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 3157 

Take me in your arms. © May 28, 1945; M 15970; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3158 

Taken for a riae. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Teeth; Development and care. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 



15989; Encyclopaedia britannica films, inc., New 
York. 3159 

Ten cents a dance. © May 30, 1945; L 13288; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3160 

Ten thousand years ago. © May 28, 1945; M 15972; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3161 

Terror of the Badlands. See Black Arrow. 

They met in the dark; from a story by Anthony Gil- 
bert, based on a scenario by Basil Bartlett, Vic- 
tor Mac Clure & James Seymour. © June 12, 
1945; L 13311- " nglish films, inc., London. 

3162 

Thrill of a romance. © May 22, 1945; L 13299; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 3163 

Under western skies. © Jan. 4, 1945; L 13300; Uni- 
versal pictures co. , inc., New York. 3164 

Universal newsreel; nos. 393-398. © May 1, 3, 8, 
10, 15, 17, 1945; M 16008-16013; Universal pic- 
tures co., inc., New York. 3165-3170 

Unusual occupations; L 4-4. © May 8, 1945; M 
15960; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

3171 

Water babies. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; M 16016; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 3172 

Water birds. © Dec. 30, 1944; M 15990; Encyclo- 
paedia britannica films, inc., New York. 3173 

Write that letter tonight. © June 4, 1945; M 15994; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3174 

Your driving habits. See Automotive operation and 
maintenance, automobile operation. 

Zombies on Broadway. © Apr. 20, 1945; L 13272; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 3175 

Zorina. © Apr. 19, 1945; M 15991; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3176 



Number of entries in classes L and.M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays ■ -•* — . ;- - 

Motion pictures other than photoplays- 

Total - - ——j— 



298 
536 

~834 



91 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3176 



Aladdin's other lamp; adapted from Willard Mack's 
playlet, The dream girl. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 138577, May 3, 1945. 1 

Beautiful lie; adapted from the poem, Reveries of a 
station house, by Ella Wheeler. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 137716, Feb. 28, 1945. 2 

Black hand. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 137717, 
Feb. 28, 1945. 3 

Blood will tell; adapted from the story by A. T. 
Stillman. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 138581, 
May 3, 1945. 4 

Call of her people; adapted from the play, Egypt, by 
Edward Sheldon. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
137707, Feb. 28, 1945. 5 

Crafty hand. See Great secret. 

Dream girl. See Aladdin's other lamp. 

Duchess of doubt; adapted from the story by John B. 
Clymer & Charles A. Logue. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 137719, Feb. 28, 1945. 6 

Egypt. See Call of her people. 

Forbidden path; adapted from the story by E. Lloyd 
Sheldon. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 138050, Mar. 12, 1945. 7 

God's law and man's; adapted from Paul Trent's 
novel, A wife by purchase. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 137710, Feb. 28, 1945. 8 

Great secret; adapted from the story by Fred de 
Gresac. 9-11 

Chap. 16, The crafty hand. R 137702, Feb. 28, 

1945. 
Chap. 17, The missing finger. R 137704, Feb. 28, 

1945. 
Chap. 18, The great secret. R 137705, Feb. 28, 

1945. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. 

Greatest power; adapted from the story by Louis R. 
Wolheim. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 138575, 
May 3, 1945. 12 

Haunted pajamas; adapted from thenovelby Francis 
Perry Elliott. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
138574, May 3, 1945. 13 

Heart of romance; adapted from the story by Fran- 
ces Crowley. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. R 138047, Mar. 12, 1945. 14 

Her anniversaries. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
137718, Feb. 28, 1945. 15 

Her lesson. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 137713, 
Feb. 28, 1945. 16 



Hypochondriac. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
138573, May 3, 1945. 17 

Jack Spur lock - prodigal. © Twentieth century -Fox 
film Corp., New York. R 138048, Mar. 12, 1945. 

18 

Lady Barnacle; adapted from the story by Edgar 
Franklin. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 138571, 
May 3, 1945. 19 

Lest we forget. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
138578, May 3, 1945. 20 

Living book of nature, jungle vaudeville; by Ray- 
mond L. Ditmars. © Gladyce Ditmars, Larch- 
mont, N. Y. R 137216, Mar. 7, 1945. 21 

Love dope. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 137703, 
Feb. 28, 1945. 22 

Magdalene of the hills; adapted from the story by 
Harry Chandlee. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
137706, Feb. 28, 1945. 23 

Match-makers. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
138576, May 3, 1945. 24 

Millionaire's double; adapted from the story by 
June Mathis. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
137709, Feb. 28, 1945. 25 

Miserables (Les); adapted from the story by Victor 
Hugo. © Twentieth century- Fox film corp., New 
York. R 138049, Mar. 12, 1945. .26 

Missing finger. See Great secret. 

Mr. Parker - hero. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
138583, May 3, 1945. 27 

Monomania; adapted from the story by W. M. Han- 
non. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 138572, May 
3, 1945. 28 

Moral law; adapted from the story by E. Lloyd Shel- 
don. © Twentieth century- Fox film corp., New 
York. R 138051, Mar. 12, 1945. 29 

My husband's wife; adapted from the story by Henry 
Lehrman. © Twentieth century- Fox film corp., 
New York. R 138052, Mar. 12, 1945. 30 

Nothing to wear. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
137714, Feb. 28, 1945. 31 

Peggy, the will o' the wisp; adapted from the story 
by Katharine Kavanaugh. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 138580, May 3, 1945. 32 

Power of decision; adapted from the story by George 
W. Gunn. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 137701, 
Feb. 28, 1945. 33 



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no. 6, 1945 



42 



Regeneration of Reginald; adapted from the story 
by George H. Plympton. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 137711, Feb. 28, 1945. 34 

Reveries of a station house. See Beautiful lie. 

Safety first. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 137708, 
Feb. 28, 1945. 35 

Six shooter Andy; adapted from the story by Ber- 
nard McConville. © Twentieth century- Fox 
film corp., New York. R 138053, Mar. 12, 1945. 

36 

Soul of a magdalen; adapted from the story of L. 
Case Russell. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
137715, Feb. 28, 1945. 37 



Sowers and reapers. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 137712, Feb. 28, 1945. 38 

Their, burglar. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
138586, May 3, 1945. 39 

Tootsie. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 138570, 
May 3, 1945. 40 

Trail of the shadow; adapted from the story of O. 
A. C. Lund. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
138579, May 3, 1945. 41 

Under handicap; adaptec from the story by Jackson 
Gregory. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 138587, 
May 3, 1945. 42 

Wife by purchase. See God's law and man's. 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

No. 7 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico- musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "h," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, ' C lass D, Dramatic compositions- "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "© ' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
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by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



A for Amanda. © 1 c. July 3, 1945; D 94175; Ray- 
mond Van Sickle, New York. 3177 

The affairs of Susie; by Stanley Kauffmann. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1945; D 94275; Street & Smith publi- 
cations, inc., New York. 3178 

An afternoon with Liszt. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 
94160; Mrs. Louis B. Mount, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

3179 

The Alaskan stampede; by Harold M. Sherman & 
[Oscar Seltzer] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 94332; 
Leo Seltzer, Chicago. 3180 

Alice blue gown. © 1 c. June 19, 1945; D 94208; 
James Montgomery, Stony Brook, L. I., N. Y. 

3181 

Alimony; by D. E. Hanlon & Margot Case Hale. © 
1 c. July 12, 1945; D 94242; Daniel E. Hanlon, 
New York. 3182 

The Amos and Andy show. © Charles J. Correll & 
Freeman F. Gosden, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

3183-3191 
Script nos. 28, 29, v. 2, Mar. 30, Apr. 6, 1945. 

© 1 c. each June 30, 1945; D 94118, 94119. 
Script nos. 30, 31, v. 2, Apr. 13, 1945. © 1 c. 

June 30, 1945; D 94120. 
Script nos. 32-37, v. 2, Apr. 27, May 4. 11, 18, 

25, June 1, 1945. © 1 c. each June 3u, 1945; 

D 94121-94126. 

And never yield; based on the novel of the same 
name by Elinor Pryor. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 
94363; Betty Smith, Chapel Hill, N. C. 3192 

And now tomorrow. See Lux radio theater. 

Appointments with death. See The Green Hornet. 

Are celebrities people. See Celebrities are human. 

An armistice from death. See The Green Hornet. 

The baggage. © 1 c. July 1, 1945; D 94161; Erwin 
H. Tax, Milwaukee. 3193 

The bearers of the light. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; D 
94303; James Allen Kestle, Pittsburgh. 3194 

Because he is my foe; by Joe Dolin. © 1 c. July 9, 
1945; D 94194; Diane Dolin, New York. 3195 

Behind the veil. See The greatest of these. 

The big deal. © 1 c. July 7, 1945; D 94177; James 
Edmund Duffy, New York. 3196 

Big shot. © 1 c.July 18, 1945; D 94301; Arch Oboler, 
Cornell, Calif. 3197 



Billie. © 1 c. July 17, 1945; D 94307; Paul Houston 
Owen, Long Beach, Calif. 3198 

Bimini; lyrics & libretto by Gene Cringlle [pseud, 
of E. Goldstein] © 1 c. June 1, 1945; D 94013; 
Eugene Goldstein, A. P. O. 350, c/o Postmaster, 
New York. 3199 

The black eagle. © July 16, 1945; D 94286; Araxe 
Bedrosian, Dearborn, Mich. 3200 

Black market for profit. See The Green Hornet. 

Blood upon the snow; adapted from Hilda Lawrence's 
novel of the same title. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; 
D 94232; Mary Orr & Reginald Denham, New 
York. 3201 

Bluejacket boulevardier. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 
94350; William L. Florence, East Orange, N. J. 

3202 

Bottled in bond. See The Green Hornet. 

Boy meets girl. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94341; C. 
Elton Pugh, Prosperity, N. C. 3203 

Bringing up baby. © 1 c. July 8, 1945; D 94205; 
Haven Hubbard, New York. 3204 

Broken cigarette stubs. See The Green Hornet. 

By request. © Edmund L. Cashman, North Holly- 
wood, Calif. - 3205-3207 
Program no. 1, June 6, 1945. © 1 c. June 14, 

1945; D 94158. 
Program nos. 4, 5, June 27, July 4, 1945. © 1 c. 
each July 16, 1945; D 94270, 94271. 

By request; program nos. 2, 3, June 13, 20, 1945, 
by Edmund L. Cashman. © 1 t, each July 7, 
1945; D 94237, 94238; Edmund Cashman pro- 
ductions, North Hollywood, Calif. 3208, 3209 . 



The Canterville ghost. See Lux radio theatre. 

Case of the flu vaccine. See David Harding 
counterspy. 



The case of the nearsighted picture, 
return of Nick Carter. 



See The 



Case of the woman spy. 
counterspy. 



See David Harding - 



The catalyst. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94170; Carter 
Coslet Kissell, Gates Mills, O. 3210 

Celebrities are human; or, Are celebrities people. 
© 1 c. July 10, 1945; D 94203; Joseph Randolph 
Orgel, Brooklyn. 3211 



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Chaplain Bill. See The Lone Ranger. 

Charles and Laura; by Gene Robinson & F. H. 
Robinson. © 1 c. July 5, 1945; D 94191; Frank 
Hacker Robinson, Clayton, Mo. 3212 



The Chase and Sanborn program; May 20, 27, 1945. 
© 1 c. each June 26, 1945; D 94020, 94021; Ed- 
gar John Bergen, West Hollywood, Calif. 

3213, 3214 

Chick Carter - boy detective; by Charles Schenck, 
jr. © Street & Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 3215-3229 

Nos. 510-514, June 18-22, 1945. © 1 c, each 

June 28, 1945; D 94133-94137. 
Nos. 515-524, June 25-29, July 2-6, 1945. © 1 c. 

each July 17, 1945; D 94287-94296. 

Chickens. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94131; John W. 
Crawford, Brooklyn. 3230 

Chow line. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94340; Hal Davis, 
New York. 3231 

Cigarets. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 94103; Fanny 
Todd Mitchell, Santa Monica, Calif. 3232 



A city's shame. See The greatest of these. 

Civy street. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94339; Seymour 
Abbott Gross, New York. 3233 



The Clanton gang. See The Lone Ranger. 

Close shave. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94353; Don H. 
Phares, New York. 3234 

The cockle hat. © 1 c. June 26, 1945; D 94022; 
Oliver Morgan Barres, jr., Bethlehem, Pa. 

3235 

4 

Come to me baby. © 1 c. July 3, 1945; D 94163; 
Thaddeus C. Suski, Larchmont, N. Y. 3236 



Corliss masquerades. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Corporal Dodd has twins. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1944; D 
94327; Morton Krouse, Philadelphia. 3237 

Crestwood gang. See The Lone Ranger. 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

3238-3242 
Nos. 251, 253, June 3, 17, 1945. © 1 c. each 

June 26, 1945; D 94017, 94018. 
No. 254, June 24, 1945. © 1 c. June 30, 1945; D 

94130. 
No. 255, July 1, 1945. © 1 c. July 9, 1945; D 

94196. 
No. 256, July 8, 1945. © 1 c. July 12, 1945; D 

94223. 

Cynthia Parker; book by J. Fortune, music by J. F. 
Smith, based on Texas history, Indian folk 
melodies & pioneer playparty tunes. © 1 c. 
July 15, 1945; D 76428; Julia Frances Smith, New 
York & Jan Fortune, Venice, Calif. 3243 

D is for death. See The return of Nick Carter. 



Dancing at the ■ Hotel Incredible. © 1 c. July 2, 
1945; D 94140; Edmund Rice, Spokane. 3244 

Dangerous policy; episode 1, The midget murder 
mystery. © 1 c. July 17, 1945; D 94299; Robert 
W. Moree, Buffalo. 3245 

Davey's in love. See Dr. Christian. 

David Harding - counterspy; [by Phillip H. Lord] 
© Lord, inc., New York. 3246, 3247 

Program no. 155, Case of the woman spy. © 

1 c. June 28, 1945; D 94102. 
Program no. 156, Case of the flu vaccine. © 

1 c. June 28, 1945; D 94101. 



Davy Crockett; July 18, 1945. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; 
D 94335; Lois Warnshuis, Staten Island, N. Y. 

3248 

Death ray. See The greatest of these. 

The deep laughter. © 1 c. July 14, 1945; D 94252; 
Marc Edmund Jones, New York. 3249 

The demons judge; by Virginia Lee. © June 1, 1945; 
D 94115; United China relief, inc., New York. 

3250 

Desperate remedies. © June 1, 1945; D, 94309; 
John Odams, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottingham- 
shire, England. 3251 

Dexter for President. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Dialogues of the living; by Jacques Soleymieu [pseud, 
of J. F. Charvet], transposed by Winthrop Palmer. 
© 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94144; Jean-Felix Charvet, 
Washington, D. C. 3252 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 3253-3255 

Episode no. 343, The lady and the wolf. © 1 c. 

June 28, 1945; D 94132. 
Episode no. 344, Dr. Christian awards winners 

for 1945. © 1 c. July 10, 1945; D 94229. 
Episode no. 345, Davey's in love. © 1 c. July 

13, 1945; D 94273. 

Dr. Christian awards winners for 1945. See Dr. 
Christian. 

Dream girl. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; D 94249; Elmer 
Rice, Stamford, Conn. 3256 

The duckling. © 1 c. July 17, 1945; D 94279; 
Virginia I. Hammond, New York. 3257 

The early strawberry. © 1 c. June 13, 1945; D 
94334; Stymean Karlen, Philadelphia. 3258 

The echo of a crime. © 1 c. May 28, 1945; D 94012; 
Regina Barsky Barclay, Los Angeles. 3259 

Ecstasy beyond. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94337; 
Douglas Spears, Los Angeles. 3260 

The emperor's new clothes; based on the Andersen 
fairy tale. © 1 c. May 26, 1945; D 94312; 
Virginia Harden, New York. 3261 



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3311 



An exciting day. © 1 c. June 28, 1945, D 94209; 
George A. Crancer, Lincoln, Nebr. 3262 

Expiation. See Milly. 

Fibber McGee and Molly; June 26, 1945, [by] Don 
Quinn & Phil Leslie. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 
94212; S. C. Johnson & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

3263 

$5000 reward. See The Lone Ranger. 

The flying carpet. © 1 c. July 21, 1945; D 94329; 
Lottie Michelson, New York. 3264 

A fool's paradise; by Paul Lindau, adapted & trans- 
posed by I. Stewart. © 1 c. June 11, 1945; D 
93872; Ida Stewart, New York. 3265 

For the duration only. © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 94185; 
Joseph Farina, East Boston, Mass. 3266 

The fortune teller; by Arthur D. Ransom. © 1 c. 
July 2, 1945; D 94142; Haven Hubbard, New York. 

S267 

The frame-up. See The greatest of these. 

The Frog Prince; adapted from Grimm's Frog 
Prince. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; D 94244; Otto 
Kunze & William Le Cornec, New York. 3268 

From hunger; or, So Bohemian. © 1 c. July 6, 1945; 
D 94187; Charles Armel Bastin, New York. 

3269 

Gabriel. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 94218; Charles 
B. Millholland, New York. 3270 

The girl in blue; book by Roy [i. e. G. L.] Adams, 
lyrics by Clement L.Dixon, music by Marguerite 
De Vine Graves. [Text only] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1945: D 94276; George LeRoy Adams, New York. 

3271 

The girl with dreamy eyes; or, Love in Detroit. 
© 1 c. June 17, 1945; D 94253; Ruth Alice Ruh- 
land, Detroit. ' 3272 

God plays His game. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94168; 
Charles de Lima, New York. 3273 

Der gottversucher. © 1 c. July 21, 1945; D 94330; 
Julius Dutka, Oswego, N. Y. 3274 

Grand hotel. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

3275-3277 
June 16, 1945, Wedding present, [by Irvin Ash- 

kenazy] © 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94111. 
June 23, 1945, Man shortage, [by Richard Morenus] 

© 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94112. 
July 14, 1945, Wide horizon, [by Charles Holden] 
© 1 c. July 20, 1945; D" 94325. 

The great Gildersleeve; [by] John Whedon & Sam 
Moore. © Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 

3278-3284 
Nos. 169-173, May 20, 27, June 3, 10, 17, 1945. 

© 1 c. each June 27, 1945; D 94033-94037. 
No. 174, June 24, 1945. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D. 

94213. 
No. 175, July 1, 1945. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; D 
94268. 



Great moments with Mephisto; or, Mephisto, 
Marguerite and Faust. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; 
D 94302; Edward Eisner, Hollywood, Calif. 3285 

The great reality. © 1 c. June 22, 1945; D 93988; 
John Hunter Booth, Brookline, Mass. 3286 

The greatest of these; by Charles Whittaker. © 
All-Canada radio facilities, ltd., Toronto. 

3287-3299 
No. 13, Out of the past. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 93998. 
No. 14, Not guaranteed. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 93999. 
No. 15, Death ray. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 94000. 
No. 16, Star dust. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 94001. 
No. 17, The frame-up. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 94002. 
No. 18, Behind the veil. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 94003. 
No. 19, Love's silence. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 94004. 
No. 21, Recompense. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 

94005. 
No. 22, Seven times seven. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 94006. 
No. 23, .On trail. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 94007. 
No. 24, A city's shame. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 94008. 
No. 25, The hills of home. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; 

D 94009. 
No. 26, Redemption. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 

94010. 

The Green Hornet; [by] Trendle& Beattie. © Green 
Hornet, inc., Detroit. 3300-3306 

No. 701, San Francisco adventure. © 1 c. June 

28, 1945; D 94050. 
No. 702, An armistice from death. © 1 c. June 

28, 1945; D 94051. 
No. 704, Bottled in bond. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; 

D 94052. 
No. 705, Black market for profit. © 1 c. June 

28, 1945; D 94053. 
No. 706, Broken cigarette stubs. © 1 c. June 

28, 1945; D 94054. 
No. 707, Not so smart. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; D 

94055. 
No. 708, Appointments with death. © 1 c. June 

28, 1945; D 94056. 

The guiding light. © 1 c. July 7, 1945; D 94198; 
Edith Burnham, Boston. 3307 

The guy who says let's go Dutch. See There's 
always the guy. 

Gypsy holiday; program no. 1, by Ann Barbinel. © 
1 c. June 11, 1945; D 94157; Anna K. Handelman, 
New York. 3308 

La Habana antigua. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94164; 
Antonio de la Puente, New York. 3309 

Hair today—gone tomorrow. © 1 c. July 14, 1945; 
D 94247; Libby Taylor, Washington, D. C. 3310 

Hello girls. See In the groove. 

Here today; book by D. A. Whealton, lyrics by Otis 
G. Clements, jr. & D. A. Whealton, music by 
O.G. Clements, jr. © 1 c.May 29, 1945; D 76426; 
Dorothy Ann Whealton, Salisbury, Md. 3311 



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pt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



Hero's grave. See The Lone Ranger. 

The hills of home. See The greatest of these. 

His mother's ring. © 1 c. July 20, 1945; D 94323; 
Mary Wickerham, Chicago. 3312 

Holiday for love; by G. Krinn, revised American 
version of Holiday from marriage, adapted from 
The ideal wife by Alfred Gruenwald, music by 
Franz Lehar. [Text only] © 1 -c. July 11, 1945; 
D 94220; tJeorge Krinn, New York. 3313 

Holiday for Pi-tg; by Virginia Lee. © June 1, 1945; 
D 94116; United China relief, inc., New York. 

3314 

Hollywood hotel. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94346; 
Thomas R. Sternfeld, New York. 3315 

The hoopskirt handicap. © 1 c. July 15, 1345; D 
94266; Virginia Lee Moore, Louisville, Ky. 

3316 

Hot news. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94348; Harold A. 
Rankin, Corinth, Miss. 3317 

Hygienic lover. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94349; 
William L. Florence, East Orange, N. J. 3318 

I am bound for Canaan Land. © 1 c. May 30, 1945; 
D 94159; Ruth E. Howard Hill, Pittsburgh. 

3319 

In my beginning. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; t> 94306; 
Horton Foote, New York. 3320 

In reverse. See Young shoulders. 

In the groove; or, Hello girls, by Harry Lawrence, 
James Whipple & P. A. Cavallo, jr. © 1 c. July 
9, 1945; D 94195; Peter A. Cavallo, jr., Chicago. 

3321 

Indian boy. See The Lone Ranger. 

V 
Intermezzo. See Lux radio theatre. 

It's always the beginning. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; D 
94245; Gloria Sieger Durham, West Hempstead, 
N. Y. 3322 

It's ugly head. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94127; Ed- 
win Harold Newman, New York. 3323 

Johnny Merripranks. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; D 94263; 
Randolph G. Goodman, New York. 3324 

Journey to Frisco. © 1 c. June 30, 1945; D 94199; 
Walter A. Moffatt, jr., Monticello, Ark. 3325 

Joyce Jordan, M. D.; continuity no. 56, June 18, 
1945, [by Himan Brown] © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 
94179; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3326 

•Joyous errand. © 1 c. July 3, 1945; D 94167; Donald 
Stevens, New York. 3327 

The joys of love; by Fitzroy Davis, in collaboration 
with R. D. McCormick, dramatized from R. D. 
McCormick's Little coquette. © 1 c. July 19, 
1945; D 94318; Fitzroy Davis & Renee de Fon- 
tarce McCormick, New York. 3328 



June Xmas. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 94219; Arthur 
Ebenhack, Chillicothe, O. 3329 

Der jungbronnen. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; D 94310; 
Michael Wurmbrand, Berkeley, Calif. 3330 

Just another perfect crime. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; 
D 94210; George A. Crancer, Lincoln, Nebr. 

3331 

Kentucky. See Lux radio theatre. 

Killer's gamble. See The Lone Ranger. 

King o' the hill. © 1 c. June 30, 1945; D 94128; 
Jarrell Elliott Buchanan, Los Angeles. 3332 

The King's favourite. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1945; D 94026; 
Charles Walter Powell, London. 3333 

The Know your English program; by Raymond 
Polin. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94336; Bernhard 
Miller, Belmar, N. J. 3334 

Kbzeleg a zivatar. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; D 94110; 
Julius Cincar, Cleveland. 3335 

The Kraft music hall; [by J. Walter Thompson co.] 
© Kraft cheese co., inc., Chicago. 3336-3340 
May 17, 24, 31, June 7, 1945. © 1 c. each June 

25, 1945; D 94064-94067. 
June 21, 1945. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94261. 

Ladies of the White house. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; 
D 94304; Constance D'Arcy Mackay, Amagansett, 
L. I., N. Y. 3341 

The lady and the wolf. See Dr. Christian. 

The last to start. See The Lone Ranger. 

The last Tudor; by Raoul D'Audifret & I. M. Moss. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1945; D 94358; Irving M. Moss, 
New York. 3342 

The legend of Sleepy Hollow; by Washington Irving, 
arranged as a ballet by B. Langdon-Davies, 
with dialogue by Landon Herrick & B. Langdon- 
Davies. [Text only] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 
94234; Betty Langdon-Davies, New York. 

3343 

Let nature take its course. © 1 c. July 20, 1945; 
D 94328; Marian E. Shnier & Eva Jim Smith, 
Oklahoma City. 3344 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1773, [by] Carl 
Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 
94181; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3345 

Life of Ellen. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94173; Karl 
Gobel, Hoboken, N. J. 3346 

The life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, Hollywood, 
Calif. 8347-3349 

Script no. 75, June 17, 1945. © 1 c. June 23, 

1945; D 93984. 
Script no. 76, June 24, 1945. © 1 c. June 30, 

1945; D 94141. 
Script no. 77, July 1, 1945. © 1 c. July 7, 1945; 

D 94189. 



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3390 



The limestone man. © 1 c. Ju|y 13, 1945; D 94233; 
John Brophy, London. 3350 

Little coquette. See The joys of love. 

Lizards and butterflies. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; D 
94200; Joseph Tuccio, New York. 3351 

The Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

3352-3366 
No. 1888-1114, Crestwood gang, [by] Trendle 

& Striker. © 1 c. May 5, 1945, D 94315. 
No. 1890-1116, Men from the mountain, [by] 

Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 

94316. 
No. 1895-1121, The Phantom Caballero, [by] 

Trendle & Boulette. © 1 c. May 5, 1945; D 

94317. 
No. 1916-1142, The Clanton gang. Fby] Trendle 

& Green. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94145. 
No. 1918-1144, The last to start, [by] Trendle 

& Striker. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94146. 
No, 1919-1145, $5000 reward, [by] Trendle & 

Green. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; d'94147. 
No. 1921-1147, Omaha wire, [by] Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94148. 
No. 1922-1148, Indian boy 5 [by! Trendle & Green. 

© I c. July 2, 1945; D 94149. 
No. 1923-1149, Rodeo banker, [by] Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94150. 
No. 1924-1150, Nitro for Pablo, [by] Trendle 

& Green. © 1 c. July 2, 194b; D 94151. 
No, 1925-1151, Chaplain Bill, [by] Trendle & 

Green. © 1 c. Tuly 2. 1S45; D 94152. 
No. 1926-1152, The Red Fox. [oy] Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. July 2, IS45; D 94153. 
No. 1927-1153, Killer's gamble, [by] Trendle & 

Boulette. © 1 c. July 2. 1945; D 94154. 
No, 1928-1154, Hero's grave, [by] Trendle & 
< Striker. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94155. 
No. 1929-1155, Strong medicine, [by] Trendle & 

Boulette. © 1 c. July 2, 1945|D 94156. 

Lone star. © 1 c. July 7, 1945; D 94193; Howard D. 
Richardson & William Berney, New York. 3367 

Love in Detroit. See The girl with dreamy eyes. 

Love's siience. See The greatest of these. 

Lunatic fringe; by Lee Edwards [pseud.] © 1 c. 
Juiv 24, 3 945; D 94361, Edward J. Levy, New 
York. 3368 

Lux radio theatre; [u~ J. Walter Thompson co.] © 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 3369-3372 
Ma;r 21, 1S45, And now tomorrow. © 1 c. June 

25, 1945; B 940 
May 28, 1945, Kentucky. © 1 c. June 25, 1945, 

D S4062. 
June 4. 1945, Intermezzo, © 1 c, June 25, 1945; 

D 94063, 
June 18. 1945. The CanterviHe ghost. © 1 c. 

July 4, 1945; D 94252. 

Lysi strata. See The right to love. 

Mademoiselle Cosette. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94169; 
Barton MacLase, Beverly Hiiis, Calif. 3373 

The magic lamp. © I c. Tune 23, 1945; D 93986; 
Kenneth Deimar 6 'lie - v r , Delmar, New York. 

3374 

; J69 0-45-2 



Make way for love. See They're at the post. 

Man shortage. See Grand hotel. 

The man who lived too long. See The return of 
Nick Carter. 

The march of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

3375,. 3376 
June 28, 1945. © 1 c. July 1, 1945; D 94139.. 
July 5, 1945. © 1 c. July 8, 1945; D 94204. 

Mark of Cain. © 1 c. June 26, 1945; D 94023; 
Carroll Benjamin Hanson, El Paso, Tex. 

3377 

Maybe tomorrow. © 1 c. Apr, 4, 1945; D 94321; 
S. Joseph Fantl, Irvington, N. J. 3378 

Meet CorHss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 3373-3381 

Episode 74, Corliss masquerades, June 21. 1945. 

© 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 94214. 
Episode 75, Mr. Archer takes a trip, June 28, 

1945. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 94215. 
Episode 76. Dexter for President, July 5, 1945. 

© 1 c. July 16. 1945; D S4267. 

Meet your congressman; by Seth Wye [pseud, of 
A. B. Cheadle] © 1 c. June 30, 1945f D 94129; 
Albert Bernard Cheadle, New York, 3382 

Men from the mountain. See The Lone Ranger. 

Mephisto, Marguerite and Faust. © 1 c. July 10, 
1945; D 94216; Edward Eisner, Hollywood, Calif, 

3383 

Mephisto, Marguerite and Faust. See Great mo- 
ments with Mephisto. 

The midget murder mystery. See Dangerous policy. 

The Mikado. See The wedding of Yum- Yum. 

Mike and Henriette go house -hunting. © 1 c. July 
3, 1945; D 94162; Adolphe Victor Pervy, Doyles- 
town, Pa. 3384 

Milly; a dramatization of the novel Expiation by 
Elizabeth. © 1 c. July 19, 1945; D 94S18; Leda 
Bauer & Blanche Gregory. New York, 

3380 

Mr. Archer takes a trip. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Mrs, Bollingbrook's sen, © 1 c, June 21, 1945; D 
94254; Claire Warner, Carmel, Calif. 3386 

Monkey business. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94354; 
Don H. Phares, New York. 3387 

Mont Bianc. © I c. July 3, 1945; D S4165; Aladar 
Laazlo, Lcs Angeles. 3388 

Moon gate. © 1 c, July 13, 1945; D 94241; Paui 
Burton-Mercur, New York. 3389 

A motive In motion. © 1 c. July 12, 1945; D 94226; 
Kenry G. Karrar, Forest Hills, N. Y, 3390 

Movie pest. See There's always the guy. 



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Pt, L. n. g., v. l^ 



My Jack; [by Benjamin Landeck] © 1 c. July 16, 
1945; D 94278; Edith M. Sanford, North Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3391 

The mysterious stranger; by Ben Aronin. © May 
5, 1945; D 94024; United Jewish welfare fund of 
the Los Angeles Jewish community council, Los 
Angeles. 3392 

Mystery in white; by Claire Read [pseud, of C. H. 
Davis] © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94171; Claire H. 
Davis, New York. 3393 

The mystic charm. © July 14, 1945; D 94285; Ned 
Rosing, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 3394 

The naked mountain. © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 94043; 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 3395 

Navy says: navy does. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94352; 
William L. Florence, East Orange, N. J, 3396 

The ne'er-do-wells. © 1 c. July 3, 1945; D 94166; 
J. Maurice Strum, New York. 3397 

Neighbors' eyes; by Elinor Dickey [i. e.E.D. Black- 
ford] © 1 c. June 30, 1945; D 94.143; Elinor 
Dickey Blackford, Trenton. 3398 

New blue suit. © 1 c. July 8, 1945; D 94197; Gran- ' 
ville Leigh Tanger, Rochester, N. Y. 3399 

The New York incident. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 
94217; Joseph Satinsky & Victor Satinsky, Phila- 
delphia. 3400 

Nitro for Pablo. See The Lone Ranger. 

No room in the inn. © 1 c. July 14, 1945; D 94248; 
Patterson Greene, West Los Angeles. Calif. 3401 

No sunset sacrificed. © 1 c. July 9, 1945; D 94206; 
B.Stephenson Locko, Staten Island, N. Y. 3402 

Not guaranteed. See The greatest of these. 

Not so hopeless; by Leo Linman [pseud, of R. 
Needleman] © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 9410:-: 
Rae Needleman, New York. 3403 

Not so smart. See The Green Hornet. 

Now hear this. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94356; 
William L, Florence, East Orange, N. J. 3404 

Now thou art gone, © 1 c. July 18, 1945; D 94320; 
Julia Ragir, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 3405 

Oh! Julia; by Margot Case Hale & D. E. Hanlon. 
© 1 c. July 22, 1945; D 94338; Daniel E. Hanlon, 
New York. 3406 

Omaha wire. See The Lone Ranger. 

On Ludgate Hill; by Hugh Chesterman. © June 1, 
1945; D 94308; Sylvia W. Chesterman, I slip, 
Oxfordshire, England. S407 

On trial. See The greatest of these. 

One -act plays for today; edited by Francis j'. 
Griffith & Joseph Mersand. © Jan. 25 ; i 945; A 
188616; Globe book co., inc., New York. 3408 



One night in Paris; by Paul Gordon [pseud, of P. 
G. S. Kelemen. German text] © 1 c. July IB, 
1945; D 94265; Paul Gordon Stev Kelemen, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3409 

Opus 45. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94114; William 
Denis Doyie, Ottawa. 3410 

El orgullo se castiga. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; D 94221; 
Antonio de la Puente, New York. 3411 

Our family; Say that again, by Fay [i. e. E. F. S.] 
Aduddell. © 1 c. May 15, 1945; D 94016; Esther 
Fay Sheldon Aduddell, Bellf lower, Calif. 3412 

Out of heil. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94108; Robert 
Emmet Sherwood, New York. 3413 

Out of life. © 1 c. July 20, 1945, D 94322; Myron 
Brinig & Gioia Cook, Newtown, Conn. 3414 

Out of the past. See The greatest of these. 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 3112, [by 
Leston Huntley] © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 94178; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati; 3415 

Parade. © 1 c. July 20, 1945; D 94324; Robert 
Binckley Mauger, Philadelphia, 3416 

Pattern for a dream. © 1 c. May 1, 1945; D 93789; 
Conde Nast publications, inc., New York. 3417 

A peaceful heart; by Mai Merritt [pseud, of M. S. 
Maloney] © 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 94174; Merritt 
S. Maloney, Los Angeles. 3418 

Peoria street, U. S. A.; episode no. 2. © 1 c. July 
16, 1945; D 94246;- Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 

34 H> 

The personal touch; text & music by M. Krouse. 
© 1 c. July 18, 1945, D 76429; Morton Krouse, 
Philadelphia. 3420 

The Phantom Cabaliero. See The Lone Ranger. 

Piccolino; text by J. Farina, music by A. Gvandolfi. 
© 1 c. July 4, 1945; D 76427; Joseph Farina & 
Alfred Grandoifi, East Boston, Mass. 3421 

Ping pong; submitted spoi., Abbott & Costello. © 
1 c. July 12, 1945: D 94222; Ray Harvey, Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 34^2 

The pirates of Penzance. Sge Pirates of Penzance. 
Louisiana'. 

Pirates of Penzance, Louisiana; or, A slave to duty, 
based on The pirates of Penzance by W. S. Gil- 
bert & Arthur Sullivan, revised book & lyrics 
by H. Dorff, additional dialogue by Norman 
Dorff. [Text only] © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 
94311; Henrv Dorff, Rego Park, L. I., N. Y„ 

3422 

Pledge of honor; by Sami Bey Frasheri, transposed 
& edited by Nelo Drizari. © June 15, 1945; D 
94228; Andrea Ragusa, d. b. a. S, F, Vanni, New 
York. ■ 3424 

Popularity. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94342; Hal Davis, 
New York. 34 ?5 



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no. 7. 1945 



34,58 



Pot and kettle; by D. Ber Sacter [pseud, of D. B. 
Schachter] © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 94192; David 
Ber Schachter, Brooklyn. 3426 

The power of gold; by Walter Sanford. © 1 c. July 
16, 1945; D 94277; Edith M. Sanford, North Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3427 

The prima donna. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94107; 
Nathan Kussy, East Orange, N. J. 3428 

Recompense. See The greatest of these. 

The Red Fox. See The Lone Ranger. 

Redemption. See The greatest of these. 

The return of Nick Carter. © Street & Smith publi - 
cations, inc., New York. 3429-3431 

June 24, 1945, D is for death, bv Alfred Bester. 

© 1 c. June 28, 1945; D 94138. 
July 1, 1945, The man who lived toe long, by 

Edith Mtiser. © 1 c, July 17, 1945; D 94297, 
July 8. 1 945, The case of the near sighted picture, 

bv Edith Meiser. © 1 c, July 17, 1945; D 

94298. 

The right to happiness: episode no. 1483, [by] John 
M. Young. © 1 c. juiy 6, 1945; D 94183"; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3432 

The right to love; an adaptation of tie Lysistyata 
of Aristophanes. © 1 c. July 7, 1945; D 94190; 
Benjamin Allen Purrington, San Francisco. 

3433 



Rime and rime again; by 
July 7, 1945; D 94272; 
Rapids, la. 



William D. Fisher. © 

•Tdward I. Heuer, Cedar 

3434 



Road of life; episode no. 20£4, [by] Howard Teich- 
mann. © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D S4182; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3435 

Rodeo banker. See The Lone Ranger. 

Roman candles; by Lili Hatvany. © 1 c. July 17, 
1945; D 94284; George Marton, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 3436 

The rough sports; by Terence [i. e, T. T.] Stessin. 
© 1 c. July 12, 1945; D 94231; Terenthy Trofi- 
moff Stessin, Los Angeles 3437 



Rugged. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94341 
New York. 



Hal Davis, 
3438 



Sacajawea, the bird woman. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 
94235; Emma Jo Burns, St. Michaels, Md. 

3439 

The saga of Seaman Willow. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; 
D 94355; Robert W. Schwartz, Salem, O. 3440 

San Francisco adventure. See The Green Hornet. 

Satan say? no; book by Leo Corday & L.Carr, lyrics 

by L. Corday, music by L. Carr & Joe Bishop. 

© 1 c. Libretto Apr. 20, 1945; © 1 c. lyrics & 

. music May 17, June 21; D 76424; Leon Carr & 

Leo Korn'olueth, New York. 3441 

Say that again. See Out family. 



Schooldays. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94345; Don H. 
Phares, New York. 3442 

Second woman. © 1 c. July 7, 1945; D 94188; 
Dorothy Day, New York. 3443 

Seven times seven. See The greatest of these. 

The sheriff; episode no. 43, June 29, 1945. © July 
10, 1945; D 94230; McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 3444 

Siesta in Shakespearia; from four plays cf William 
Shakespeare. © 1 c. June 29, 1945; D 94106; 
Elizabeth Fenner Gresham, Salem, Va. 3445 

Signifying nothing; by Avgust Serment [pseud, of 
V. Bolhovitinova] © 1 c. May 30, 1045; D 94094; 
Valentina Bolhovitinova, New York, 3446 

A singing bird. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; D 94250; 
Lillian Udvardy, New York. 3447 

Skytown, U. S. A. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94362; 
Ruth Alice Ruhland, Detroit. 3448 

A slave to duty. See Pirates of Penzance, Louisiana. 

So Bohemian. See From hunger. 

Some sailors are sissies. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 
94351; William L. Florence, East Orange, N. J. 

3449 

The song of the mill-wheel; by Robert Graydon 

[pseud, of G. T. Goss] © 1 c. June 28, 1945; D 

"94201; Graydon Thompson Goss, Detroit. 3450 

Songs to remember; June 19, 1945, [by Edmund L. 
Cashman] © 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94236; Edmund 
Cashman productions, North Hollywood, Calif* 

3451 

Sports and the Mrs. © 1 c. Juiy 24, 1945; D 94359; 
Robert Edward Griffin, New York. 3452 

Star dust. See The greatest of these. 

Starbuilders; audition script. © 1 c. July 4, 1945; 
D 94240; Wallace H. Lancton, jr., Detroit. 

3453 

Stowaway. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94343; Don H. 
Phares, New York. 3454 

Strong medicine. See The Lone Ranger. 

The struggle for existence; by John Di Phillip. © 
1 c. May 10, 1945; D 94211; John A. Zambuto, 
Chicago. 3455 

A study in terror. © 1 c. July 16, 1945; D 94281; 
Augusta Blinick, New York. 3456 

A suitor for Penelope. © 1 c. July 17, 1945; D 
94300; Laurence Eyre, Ridgefield, Conn. 3457 

Sunset at noon. © 1 c. July 15, 1945; D 94264; 
Archie Blount, Norfolk, Va. 3458 

Susan Scrudge: navy wife. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 
94344; William L. Florence, East Orange, N. J. 

3459 



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34S0 



The sweeping tides. © 1 c. July 5, 1945; D 94172; 
Libby Taylor, Washington, D. C. 3460 

Symposium. © 1 c. July 24, 1945; D 94364; George 
* L. Bauerfeind, Chicago. 3461 

A temporary island. © 1 c. July 8, 1945; D 94207; 
Halsted Welles, New York. 3462 

Tennessee Jed; [by J.Walter Thompson co.j ©Ward 
baking co., New York. 3463-3495 

Episodes 30-55, May 11,14, 15-i8, 21-25, 28-31, 

June 1, 4, 5-8, 1945. © 1 c. each June 25, 

1945; D 94088-94093. 
Episode 56, June 18. 1945. © 1 c. June 23, 1Mb; 

D 9433S. 
Episodes 80-65, June 22, 25-29, 1945. © 1 c. 

each July 4, 1945; D 94255-94260. 

Tent show guy. © 1 c. July 17, 1945; D 94280; George 
Farley, New York. 3496 

Terminus horrida beila. © 1 c. July 11, 1945; D 
S4227; May Elizabeth Rowley Davis, Homedale, 
Id. 3497 

That man from Texas; by Fred [i. e. J. F.] Ballard. 
£ 1 c. June 28, 1945: D 94097; John Frederick 
Ballard, Lincoln, Nebr. 3498 

There's always the guy; by Bob fi. e. R.] Sweeney 
& H. March. © Robert Sweeney & Hal March, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 3499, 3500 

The guy who says let's go Dutch. © 1 c. June 

8, 1945; D 94014. 
Movie pest. © 1 c. June 8, 1345; D 94015. 

They're at the post; Make way for love, by Jack 
[i. e. J. H.j Kingsberry. © 1 c. June 7, 1945; 
D 94095; Jacob H. Kingsberry, New York. 

3501 

The third arm. © 1 c. July 9, 1945; D 94202; E. R. 
Appel, Louisville, Ky. 3502 

Those were the days. © 1 c.June 28, 1945; D 94099; 
Edward McNamee. New York. 3503 

3 in love. © 1 c. July 20, 1945; D 94326; Michael 
Kailesser & Charles Sherman, New York. 3504 

Yime for death. © I c. June 28, 1945; D 94113; 
James Thomas Orgill. Cleveland. 3505 

Time for fun, © 1 c. July 11, 1945; B 94224; Ken- 
neth Delmar & Alice V. Dslciar, New York. 

3506 

Tin Pan Alley of the air; by Bob Carman h Judith 
Tom. © Timothy T s Morrow, Chicago. 

3507-3510 
June 30, 1945. © i c, June 28. 1345: D 84098. 
July 7, 1945. © 1 c. July 7, 1£*5; D 94176. 
July 14, 1945. © 1 c, July 13, 1945; D 94243. 
July 21, 1945. © 1 c. July 20, 1945; D S4331. 

Toasties time; June 10, 1945, fby Benton & Bowles, 
inc.] © 1 c. Jvine 27, 1945; D 94100; General 
foods Corp., New York. 3511 

Today's special; by Isabell Mireil [pseud, oi 1. M. 
Donald) © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 94313; Isabel M. 
Donald, Los Angeles. 3512 



pt. I, P. S., v. 18 



Top drawer. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 94104; Peter 
Mitchell & Fanny Todd Mitchell, Santa Monica, 
Calif. 3513 

The tragedy of Hamlet; by J. B. Gray [pseud, of K. 
S. Parsons] © 1 c. July 8, 1945; D 94186; Kate 
S. Parsons, New York. 3514 

The Trojan women; by Euripedes, adapted for the 
modern stage, an acting version. © 1 c. June 
23, 1945; D 93987; Robert Martin Ewing, Keuka 
Park, N. Y. 3515 

'Twixt the darkness and the light. © 1 c. July 12, 
1945; D 94225; Florence Mae Monroe, Kew 
Gardens, N. Y. 3516 

Uptown New Yorkers. © 1 c, July 18, 1945, D 
94314; Moxley Waldo Willis, sr., Baltimore. 

3517 

The Victor Borge show; July 3, 1945. © 1 c. July 
16, 1945; D 94269; S„ C. Johnson & son, :nc„ 
Racine, Wis. 3518 

Victory parade; by Harold Greene & Edmund Kelso. 
©""1 c. June 9, 1945; D 94096; Bew K. Blake, 
New York. 3519 

The way to the stars; screenplay by Terence Rat- 
tigan, story by T. Rattigan&Anatcle deGrunwald, 
based on a scenario by T. Rattigan & Richard 
Sherman, poems by John Pudney. © I.e. July 
18, 1945; D 94305; General film distributors, 
ltd., London. 3520 

The wedding of Yum-Yum; adapted from The 
Mikado. [Text only] © 1 c c June 29, 1945; D 
94109; Sidney Sherman, Mt. Rainier, Md. 

3521 

Wedding present. See Grand hotel. 

The well-keeper's toll; by Virginia Lee. © June 
1, 1945; D 94117; United China relief, inc., New 
York. 3522 

What's on your mind, © 1 c. July 24, 1945; D 94360; 
Bruce Ellis, New York. 3523 

Wide horizon. See Grand hotel. 

A woman of America; episode no, 622, by Boria 
Folliott, © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 94184; Procter 
& Gambia co., Cincinnati, 3524 

You can't afford to be poor. © I o. Mar. 30, 1945; 
D 94239; Grr-te Beck & Esther Jahr, Omaha. 

3525 

You never can tell; by M. B. Aftergood & Elow 
[pseud, of Eric Lowins} © 1 c. July 13, 1945; 
D 942ii; Max Bernard Aftergood & Eric Lowins, 
Los Angeles. 3526 

Young Dr, Maione; episode no. 50, June 25, 1945, 
[by] janl^e Glaat. © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 94180; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3527 

Young oxen; text and music by T. M. Corcoran. 

© 1 c; June 25, 1945; D 76425; Thomas Michael 

• Corcoran, West. Springfield, Mass. 3528 



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no. 7, 1945 



3529 



Young shoulders; or, In reverse. © 1 c. June 26, 
1945;D 94019; Carleton Henry Barclay, Newtown, 
Conn. 3529 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,354 unpublished) 2,604 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 39 unpublished) 47 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 34 unpublished) 43 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 1 

Total ■ — - — 2,695 



103 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3529 



And still a mystery; by Edwin Milton Royle. © 
Selena Fetter Royle, New York. R 139113, Apr. 
11, 1945. 1 

The army with banners. © Charles Rann Kennedy, 
Los Angeles. R 138795, Apr. 2, 1945. 2 

Bethlehem 1917; by Edwin Milton Royle. © Selena 
Fetter Royle, New York. R 139114, Apr. 11, 
1945. 3 

The bugle call; by Edwin Milton Royle. © Selena 
Fetter Royle, New York. R 139112, Apr. 11, 
1945. 4 

Everygirl's experience. © Lorin Howard, Phila- 
delphia. R 138794, Apr. 3, 1945. 5 



The freaks; by Arthur Pinero. © Claude N. Hughes 
& Eveleen Mills, London. R 139063, Apr. 17, 
1945. 6 

Lady Epping's lawsuit; by Hubert Henry Davie s. 
© Theophilus Olive Davies, Hawkley near Liss, 
County of Hants, England & Stephen Naunton 
Young, London. R 139122, Nov. 11, 1942. 7 

The little blonde lady; by George M. Cohan. © 
Agnes M. Cohan, New York. R 138762, May 10, 
1945. 8 

The mollusc; by Hubert Davies. © Theophilus 
Olive Davies, Hawkley near Liss, County of 
-Hants, England & Stephen Naunton Young, London. 
R 139123, Nov. 11, 1942. 9 



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CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



All ruzzitt buzzitt. © July 16, 1945; M 16098; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3530 

Along came Jones; from the novel by Alan LeMay. 
© June 20, 1945; L 13336; Cinema artists Corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3531 

Alter ego. See Bewitched. 

Appointment with death. See Black Arrow. 

Back in your own back yard. © July 23, 1945; M 
16150; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 3532 

Bahama sea sports. © June 27, 1945; M 16063; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3533 

Baia. © July 23, 1945; M 16152; Soundies distri- 
buting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 3534 

Bedside manner; from the Saturday evening post 
story by Robert Carson. © June 22, 1945; L 
13332; Lysander productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3535 

Bells of Rosarita. © May 13, 1945; L 13321; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 3536 

Bewitched; adapted for the screen by Arch Oboler 
from his original story Alter ego. © June 19, 
1945; L 13327; Loew's, inc., New York. 

3537 

The big boss speaks. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Billy Rose's Diamond horseshoe; suggested by a 
play produced by Charles L. Wagner and written 
by John Kenyon Nicholson. © May 2, 1945;. L 
13384; Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. 3538 



Black Arrow. © Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3539-3542 
Chap. no. 5, The secret of the vault. © Nov. 17, 

1944; L 13326. 
Chap. no. 6, Appointment with death. © Nov. 24, 

1944; L 13350. 
Chap. no. 7, The chamber of horror. © Dec. 1, 

1944; L 13359. 
Chap. no. 8, The vanishing dagger. © Dec. 8, 

1944; L 13372. 

Blond ransom. © June 8, 1945; L 13368; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 3543 

Blood on the sun; from a story by Garrett Fort. © 
June 15,1945; L 13349; Cagney productions, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3544 

The body snatcher; based on a short story by Rob- 
ert Louis Stevenson. © Feb. 15, 1945; L 13340; 
RKO radio pictures, inc., New York. 3545 



Booby jupes. © Mar. 17, 1945; L 13362; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3546 

Boogie woogie. © Mar. 12, 1945; L 13320; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 3547 

Brenda Starr, reporter. © Columbia pictures, corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3548-3551 

Chap. no. 5, The big boss speaks, based on the 

comic strip of the same name. © Feb. 23, 

1945; L 13325. 
Chap. no. 6, Man hunt, based upon the comic 

strip by the same name. © Mar. 2, 1945; L 

13351. 
Chap. no. 7, Hideout of terror. © Mar. 9, 1945; 

L 13360. 
Chap. no. 8, Killer at large. © Mar. 16, 1945; 

L 13373. 

The Brighton strangler. © May 10, 1945; L 13344; 
RKO radio pictures, inc., New York. 3552 

Broadway farmer. © June 14, 1945; M 16062; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

3553 

The bullfighters. © Apr. 20, 1945; L 13383; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

3554 

Caldonia. © June 11, 1945; M 16076; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3555 

Care of the patient with diabetes mellitus, com- 
plicated. See Nursing. 

Care of the patient with diabetes mellitus, uncom- 
plicated. See Nursing. 

The chamber of horror. See Black Arrow. 

The cheaters. © June 8, 1945; L 13333; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 3556 

Cherokee. © July 23, 1945; M 16149; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3557 

The Chicago Kid; based on an original story by 
Karl Brown. © May 15, 1945; L 13354; Republic 
pictures Corp., New York. 3558 



China sky; based on the novel by Pearl S. Buck. 
© May 24, 1945; L 13343; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 3559 

Cleanliness brings health. © June 4, 1945; M 16119; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 

3560 

Crash curve. See The master key. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



3561 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Crow crazy. © May 28, 1945; M 16094; Universal 
pictures co., inc. & Walter Lantz productions, 
New York. 3561 

Don Juan Quilligan; from a story by Herbert C. 
Lewis. © June 13, 1945; L 13382; Twentieth 
century-Fox film Corp., New York. 3562 

Double eagle. © June 25, 1945; M 16105; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3563 

Down the fairway. © June 1, 1945; M 16114; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 3564 

The drill press. See Machine shop work, basic 
machines. 

The facts of life. © Mar. 15, 1944; M 16143; Dwain 
Esper, Hollywood, Calif. 3565 

Fan fare. © June 15, 1945; M 16052; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3566 

Fare thee well. © July 9, 1945; M 16131; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3567 

Fatal masquerade. See The master key. 

Federal operator 99; chaps. 1-6. © June 4, 1945; 
L 13329; Republic pictures Corp., New York. 

3568 

Fiddle voyage. © June II, 1945; M 16070; Sourtdies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3569 

Gandy Goose in post war inventions. © Mar. 23, 
1945; L 13375; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 3570 

Gandy's dream girl. © Dec. 8, 1944; L 13358; 
Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 3571 

Gangs of the waterfront; based on an original story 
by Sam Fuller. © July 9, 1945; L 13377; Republic 
pictures Corp., New York. 3572 

The great John L. © June 29, 1945; L 13348; Bing 
Crosby productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

3573 

Hideout of terror. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Hookworm. © May 4, 1945; M 16118; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif. 3574 

Hula Lou. © July 9, 1945; M 16130; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3575 

I had a dream. © May 16, 1945; M 16099; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3576 

I'll be seeing you; based on a play by Charles Martin. 
© Dec. 23, 1944; L 13338; Vanguard films, inc., 
Culver City, Calif. 3577 

In old Mexico. © July 23, 1945; M 16147; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3578 



Insects as carriers of disease. © June 13, 1945; 
M 16117; Walt Disney productions, Burbank, 
Calif. . 3579 

Iron masters. © Apr. 5, 1945; M 16079; Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3580 

Isle of romance. © May 4, 1945; M 16115; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 3581 

Joseph 'n his brudders. © July 16, 1"945; M 16100; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3582 

Killer at large. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Kings of the fairway. © Feb. 2, 1945; M 16078; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3583 

Lassie come home home. See Son of Lassie. 

The last key. See The master key. 

Let's go stepping. © May 4, 1945; L 13345; RKO 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 3584 

Lightning underground. See The master key. 

The little toy soldier. © June 25, 1945; M 16116; 
Scriptures visualized institute, Chicago. 3585 

Lone Texas Ranger; based on Fred Harman's 
famous NEA comic. © May 16, 1945; L 13322; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 3586 

Machine shop work, basic machines; The drill press. 
© June 1, 1945; M 16124; Atlas educational 
film co., Oak Park, 111. 3587 

Machine shop work, operations on the turret lathe, 
bar work-magnesium. © Atlas educational film 
co., Oak Park, 111. 3588-3590 

Pt. 1, Setting up bar mechanism and roller 

turner. © June 1, 1945; M 16125. 
Pt. 2, Setting up multiple roller turner and 

turning a taper. © June 1, 1945; M 16126. 
Pt. 3, Necking and threading by use of attach- 
ment and by die head. © June 1, 1945; M 
16127. 

Magic is the moonlight. © June 25, 1945; M 16103; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3591 

Magicalulu. © Apr. 13, 1945; L 13357; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. ■ 3592 

Man hunt. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Man from Oklahoma. © July 12, 1945; L 13378; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 3593 

The master key. © Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. " 3594-3597 

Chap.no. 10, Fatal masquerade. © June IS, 

1945; L 13364. 
Chap. no. 11, Crash curve. © June 13, 1945; L 

13365. 
Chap. no. 12, Lightning underground. © June 13, 

1945; L 13366. 
Chap. no. 13, The last key. © June 13, 1945; L 

13367. 



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n o. 7. 1945 



3671 



A medal for Benny. © Apr. 16, 1945; L 13352; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 3598 

Molly and me; adaptation from a novel by Frances 
Marion. © Mar. 22, 1945; L 13331; Twentieth 
century-Fox Corp., New York. 3599 

Moscow nights. © June 11, 1945; M 16071; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3600 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 77-83. © May 25, 29, 
June 1, 5, 8, 12, 15,1945; M 16053-16055,16109- 
16112; Movietonews, inc., New York. 3601-3607 

My dreams are getting better all the time. © June 
11, 1945; M 16075; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 3608 

The naughty nineties. © June 27, 1945; L 13337; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 3609 

Nautch dance. © June 11, 1945; M 16069; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3610 

Necking and threading by use of attachment and by 
die head. See "Machine shop work, operations 
on the turret lathe, bar work-magnesium. 

New Orleans melodies. © June 11, 1945; M 16072; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3611 

News of the day; v. 16, nos. 261-276. © Apr. 11, 
13, 18, 20, 25, 27, May 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 
30, June 1, 1945; M 16064-16068, 16082-16092; 
Hearst metrotone news, inc., New York. 

3612-3627 

Nobody knows. © July 9, 1945; M 16132; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3628 

Nova Scotia. © Feb. 9, 1945; M 16113; Twentieth 
century-Fox film Corp., New York. 3629 

Nursing. © Willard pictures, New York. 3630,3631 
Care of the patient with diabetes mellitus, com- 
plicated. © May 15, 1945; M 16039. 
Care of the patient with diabetes mellitus, un- 
complicated. © May 15, 1945; M 16038. 

Oregon trail; based on a novel by Frank G ruber. 
© July 11, 1945; L 13376; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 3632 

Out of this world; based on stories by Elizabeth 
Meehan & Sam Coslow. © June 4, 1945; L 13371; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 3633 

Paramount news; nos. 69-86. © Apr. 28, May 2, 5, 
9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30, June 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 
23, 27, 1945; M 16040-16051, 16137-16142; Par- 
amount pictures, inc., New York. 3634-3651 

Peggy O'Neill. © July 9, 1945; M 16129; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

365.2 

Playing in the park. © June 11, 1945; M 16074; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3653 



Pop-pie i. la mode. © June 24, 1945; L 13370; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 3654 

Red wagon. © title, descr. & 65 prints reed. May 
16, 1945; L 13369; Amer. film center, inc., New 
York. 3655 

Rhumba New York. © Dec. 31, 1943; M 16102; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3656 

Rigoletto. © June 25, 1945; M 16104; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3657 

Road to Alcatraz. © July 10, 1945; L 13379; Re- 
public pictures Corp., New York. 3658 

Rough and tumble. © Mar. 2, 1945; M 16077; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3659 

Sante Fe saddlemates. © May 21, 1945; L 13323; 
Republic pictures Corp., New York. 3660 

Scared stiff. © Apr. 5, 1945; L 13334; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3661 

Schoolhouse jive. © July 23, 1945; M 16148; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3662 

Screen snapshots; series 24, nos. 6, 7. © Jan. 26, 
Feb. 25, 1945; M 16080, 16081; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3663, 3664 

The secret of the vault. See Black Arrow. 

Sentimental journey. © July 9, 1945; M 16135; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3665 

Setting up bar mechanism and roller turner. See 
Machine shop work, operations on the turret 
lathe, bar work-magnesium. 

Setting up /multiple roller turner and turning a 
taper, gee Machine shop work, operations on 
the turret lathe, bar work-magnesium. 

Sittin' and sunnin'. © June 25, 1945; M 16101; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3666 

Smoky Joe. © May 25, 1945; L 13374; Terrytoons, 
inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 3667 

Son of Lassie; based on some characters from the 
book Lassie come home, by Eric Knight. © Apr. 
3, 1945; L 13328; Loew's, inc., New York. 

3668 

A sporting chance; based on an original story by 
Paul Gangelin. © May 14, 1945; L 13355; Re- 
public, pictures Corp., New York. 3669 

Steppin' in society; based on a novel by Marcel 
Arnac. © May 18, 1945; L 13324; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 3670 

Stuck with it. © June 25, 1945; M 16108; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3671 



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3672 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Sweet and lovely, © June 25, 1945; M 16106; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3672. 

Tabby the cat. © July 23, 1945; M 16151; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3673 

Tarzan and the Amazons; based upon the characters 
created by Edgar Rice Burroughs. © Apr. 13, 
1945; L 13346; Champion productions, inc., 
Culver City, Calif. 3674 

Tell it with television. © title, descr. & 15 frames 
reed. July 13, 1945; M 16123; Jam Handy organ- 
ization, inc., Detroit. 3675 

They go wild, simply wild over me. © June 11, 
1945; M 16073; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 3676 



Those endearing young charms; from the play by 
Edward Chodorov. © June 3, 1945; L 13347; 
RKO radio pictures, inc., New York. 3677 



A thousand and one nights. © June 11, 1945; L 
13385; Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3678 

Tillie. © July 23, 1945; M 16146; Soundies distri- 
buting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 3679 

Tomorrow's highroad. © title, descr. & 5 prints 
reed. July 16, 1945; M 16145; Roland Reed pro- 
ductions, Hollywood, Calif. 3680 

Tornado in a box, the gas turbine. © title, descr. 
& 9 frames reed. July 13, 1945; M 16122; Jam 
Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 3681 

Trail of Kit Carson. © July 5, 1945; L 13380; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 3682 

Tumbando cana. © July 9, 1945; M 16134; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3683 

Twice blessed. © May 29, 1945; L 13335; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 3684 

Two local yokels. © Mar. 2, 1945; L 13363; Colum- 
bia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3685 



Two o'clock courage; based upon the story by Gelett 
Burgess. © Apr. 13, 1945; L 13342; RKO radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 3686 

Universal newsreel; v. 18, nos. 399-408. © May 
22, 24, 29, 31, June 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 1945; M 
16056-16031, 16096, 16097, 16020, 16121; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 3687-3696 

The vampire's ghost. © May 17, 1945; L 13353; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 3697 

The vanishing dagger. See Black Arrow. 

Voyage to recovery. © title, descr. & 7 prints reed. 
July 16, 1945; M 16144; Roland Reed productions, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3698 

West of the Pecos; from the novel by Zane Grey. 
© June 8, 1945; L 13341; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 3699 

Where is the chicken in the chicken chow mein. 
© June 25, 1945; M 16107; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 3700 

The white gorilla; from a story by Monro Talbot. 
© July 12, 1945; L 13381; Louis Weiss, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3701 

Why did I fall for Abner. © July 9, 1945; M 16136; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3702 

Wife decoy. © Apr. 16, 1945; L 13361; Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3703 

Wingmen of tomorrow. © June 14, 1945; M 16095; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 3704 

A wolf's tale. © Oct. 27, 1944; L 13330; Terry- 
toons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 3705 

(Yonder Man. © June 8, 1945; L 13339; Beverly 
productions, inc., Los Angeles. 3706 

Woody dines out. © Apr. 23, 1945; M 16093; 
Universal pictures co., inc., & Walter Lantz 
productions, New York. 3707 

You came along. © July 4, 1945; L 13356; Hal Wallis 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 3708 

Yours. © July 9, 1945; M A6133; Soundies distri- 
buting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 3709 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 383 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 631 

Total - 1,014 



108 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3709 



Amarilly of Clothesline Alley; from the book of 
Belle K. Maniates. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 138811, Apr. 3, 1945. 1 

American buds; adapted from the story by M. Strauss. 
© Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 
R 138843, Apr. 4, 1945. 2 

Baby mine. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139170, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 3 

The bell boy. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 138813, Apr. 3, 1945. 4 

Calvary Alley. See Sunshine Nan. 

The camouflage kiss; adapted from the story by 
Ralph H. Spence & Stephen Fox. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film Corp., New York. R 138848, 
Apr. 4, 1945. 5 

A daughter of France; adapted from the story by 
Benjamin S. Kutler. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 138846, Apr. 4, 1945. 

6 

The debt of honor; adapted from the story by Eve 
Unsell. © Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 138842, Apr. 4, 1945. 7 

The devil's wheel; adapted from the story by Chas. 
Kenyon. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 138844, Apr. 4, 1945. 8 

Draft no. 258. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139163, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 9 

Eve's daughter; adapted from the story by Alicia 
Ramsey. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 138809, Apr. 3, 1945. 10 

The girl with the champagne eyes; adapted from the 
story by Bernard McConville. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. R 138841, 
Apr. 4, 1945. 11 

The girl without a soul. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 139161, Apr. 11, 1945. 12 

Henry's ancestors. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 139172, Apr. 11, 1945. 13 

Her economic independence. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 139158, Apr. 11, 1945. 14 

Her first game. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139160, Apr. 11, 1945. 15 

Hidden pearls; adapted from the story by Beulah 
Marie Dix. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 138806, Ar.. 3, 1945. 16 

The hidden spring adapted from the novel by 
Clarence B. Kelland. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 138584, May 3, 1945. 17 



His curiosity. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139173, Apr. 11, 1945. 18 

His ear for music. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139156, Apr. 11, 1945. 19 

The honor of his house. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 138815, Apr. 3, 1945. 20 

Huck and Tom; adapted from the story by Mark 
Twain [pseud, of Samuel L. Clemens] © Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. R 138805, 
Apr. 3, 1945. 21 

Jules of the strong heart; adapted from the story 
by William Merriam Rouse. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 138801, Apr. 3, 
1945. 22 

The jury of fate- adapted from the story of Finis 
Fox. © Loew s,inc. New York. R 139159, Apr. 
11, 1945. 23 

The land of the free. See One more American. 

The lie; adapted from the story by Henry Arthur 
Jones. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 138814, Apr. 3, 1945. - 24 

Life's whirlpool. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139174; Apr. 11, 1945. 25 

The lifted veil; adapted from the novel of the same 
name by Basil King. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 139166, Apr. 11, 1945. 26 

Madame Jealousy; adapted from the story by George 
V. Hobart. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 138803, Apr. 3, 1945. 27 

Mickey; by Hyman Winick. © Harry E. Aitken, 
Waukesha, Wis. R 139053, Apr. 11, 1945. 28 

Miss Robinson Crusoe; adapted from the story of 
June Mathis & William Christy* Cabanne. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 139157, Apr. 11, 
1945. 29 

Music hath charms. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139165, Apr. 11, 1945. 30 

One more American; from the play, The land of the 
free. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 138808, Apr. 3, 1945. 31 

The patriot. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139164, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 32 

Polly of the circus. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139168, Apr. 11, 1945. 33 

The public be damned. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 138800, Apr. 3, 1945. 34 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Rimrock Jones; adapted from the story by Dane 
Coolidge. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 138802, Apr. 3, 1945. 35 

The rose of the alley. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 138585, May 3, 1945. 36 

Rough and ready; adapted from the story by Richard 
Stanton & Edward Sidgwick. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 138849, Apr. 
4, 1945. 37 

Rubbing it in. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139167, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 38 

A self made lady; adapted from the story by Henry 
Lehrman. © Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 138847, Apr. 4, 1945. 39 

The silence sellers; adapted from the story by 
Blair Hall. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139171, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 40 

The slacker. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 138582, 
May 3, 1945. 41 

The song of songs; adapted from the story by Ed- 
ward Sheldon. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 138807, Apr. 3, 1945. 42 



Sunshine Nan; adapted from Calvary Alley, by Alice 
Hegan Rice. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 138810, Apr. 3, 1945. 43 

Their compact; adapted, from the story by Charles 
A. Logue. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139169, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 44 

The things we love; adapted from the story by H. 
B.Daniel & M.G.Daniel. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 138804, Apr. 3, 1945. 45 

To the death. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139162, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 46 

Unclaimed goods; adapted from the story by John- 
ston McCully. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 138816, Apr. 3, 1945. 47 

The whispering chorus; adapted from the story by 
Perley Poore Sheehan. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 138812, Apr. 3, 1945. 48 

Woman and the law; story founded on the De Saules 
case. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. R 138845, Apr. 4, 1945. 49 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 
No. 8 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "h," Motion -picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
In this part are as follows: "D," Class D, Dramatic compositions; "h," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" Implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt In the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found In this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found Immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual Index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
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of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
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This notice Includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Above the fruited plain. © 1 c. May 23, 1945; D 
94366; David Robinson, Minneapolis. 3710 

Adam's Eves. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1945; D 94569; Donald 
A. Brinton, Temple City, Calif. 3711 

The air we breathe; by Joseph Cole & Leo Rosen- 
crans. © 1 c. June 15, 1945; D 94525; Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago. 3712 

Alice, my wife; by Rhyissa Van Raas. © 1 c. Aug. 
2, 1945; D 94551; Rhyissa Van Rosen Seebacher, 
New York. 3713 

All the King's horses; by R. M. Wetzel & F. Ells- 
worth. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94394; Robert 
More Wetzel & Fanny Ellsworth, New York. 

3714 

Always a woman. See Dr. Christian. 

Ambassador in chains. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 
94642; Allison Ray Heaps, Somers, Conn. 3715 

America bowls. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1945; D 94367; 
Arthur M. Holland, Chicago. 3716 

Les amis terribles. © Aug. 15, 1942; D 94547; Al- 
fred Gehri, Lausanne, Switzerland. 3717 

The ancient cure. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94384; 
Desider P. Pek, Burbank, Calif. 3718 

Another angle; by Imogene Cook. © July 13, 1945; 
D 94488; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

3719 

The antics of Annabelle Ant. See Storyland theatre. 

Appointment with death; by Agatha Christie [i. e. 
A. C. Mallowan] © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94445; 
Agatha Christie Mallowan, Devon, England. 

3720 

As dreams are made. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; D 
94486; Frank Rollins Harrison, Mount Vernon, 
111. 3721 

At your command; text & music by W. I. Blocker. 
© 1 C.Aug. 17, 1945; D 76439; William I. Blocker, 
Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. 3722 



Avis and Jared. See The story of the Bible, Heze- 
kiah sequence. 

Avis leaves Jerusalem. See The story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Betterworld; book & lyrics by N. Stuckey. © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1945; D 94710; Norman Stuckey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 3723 



The big three. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94632; 
Leonard Keller, Chicago. 3724 

The black tree. See Let's have a play. 

Bluebeard. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 94601; Marjorle 
Lockman, Austin, Tex. 3725 

Bobby sox; by Donald Payton. © July 10, 1945; D 
94401; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

3726 

Born yesterday; by G. Kanin. © 1 c. July 29, 1945; 
D 94492; Garson Kanin & Ruth Gordon, New 
York. 3727 

The borrowed light. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; D 94704; 
Herbert J. Schwenck, New York. 3728 

Boy grown tall. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1945; D 94523; 
Robert W. Anderson, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

3729 

Boys are men. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; D 94529; Jessy 
Trimble, New York. 3730 

Bright laughter. See Grand hotel. 

Broadway up yonder. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 
94660; James H. Cannon, Frederick, Md. 3731 

Brown's big show. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1945; D 94532; 
Claggett Wilson, New York. 3732 

Call me scoop. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94380; Ruth 
Brandt & Mae Brandt, Brooklyn. 3733 

Calling all girls club; program nos. 69-76, by L. 
Kermit Lyons. © 1 c. each Aug. 7, 1945; D 
94592-94599; Calling all girls, Inc., New York. 

3734-3741 

Campus chit chat; Mar. 25, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1944; D 94543; Lillian M. Klein, Woodmere, L. 
I., N. Y. 3742 

Candied peel. © Dec. 30, 1944; D 94507; Falkland 
L. Cary, Harrogate, England. 3743 

Career angel; by G. M. Murray, adapted by Sister 
Mary Donatus. © Apr. 10, 1945; D 94357; 
Gerard Majella Murray, Brooklyn. 3744 

Carrot and club. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1945; D 94567; 
John Wexley, Hollywood, Calif. 3745 

Carsonia. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 94412; Murray 
N. Ravicovitz, Yonkers, N. Y. 3746 

Case of the counterfeit red points. See David 
Harding - counterspy. 



Ill 



3747 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Case of the crooked contractor. See David Harding 

- counterspy. 

Case of the dog of dynamite. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

The case of the mad musician. See Dangerous 
policy. 

Case of the Mexican cemetery. See David Harding 

- counterspy. 

Case of the poison water cooler. See David 
Harding - counterspy. 

Case of the prison camp lecturer. See David 
Harding - counterspy. 



The case of the unwritten letter, 
of Nick Carter. 



See The return 



Cash and Carrie. See Grand hotel. 

Cat and mouse; text & music by Jerry Stevens 
[pseud, of J. W. Stefano] © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; 
D 76436; Joseph W. Stefano, New York. 3747 



Chain letter. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94636; Fannie 
Gross, Asheville, N. C. 3748 

The chateau above the clouds. See Let's have a 
play. 

Cheer up America. © 1 c. May 9, 1944; D 94541; 
Billy King, New York. 3749 

Chewing the rag. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94639; 
Libby Taylor, Washington, D. C. 3750 

Christmas eve in the toy shop; text & music by D. 
G. Wright. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 76433; Doris 
Gentry Wright, Baltimore. 3751 

Cilicia and the hermit. See Let's have a play. 

Claudius the bee; by John Leeming & Gordon Bell, 
adapted from the book published by George G. 
Harrap & co., ltd. © Apr. 17, 1945; D 94508; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 3752 

The cloister and the hearth. See Margaret and 
Gerard. 

Complaints adjusted. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94379; 
Mae Brandt & Ruth Brandt, Brooklyn. 3753 

Comrade Galahad. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94666; 
Beatrice Van Rosen, New York. 3754 

Concert pitch; by C. Madden & Cedric Stokes [pseud, 
of G.Beardmore] © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94709; 
Cecil Madden & George Beardmore, London. 

3755 

Condition strange. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; D 94571; 
Harold Butler Armitage, Washington, D. C. 

3756 

Cookie. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; D 94483; Frances V. 
Franklin, New York. 3757 

Cordelia's magic spoon. See Let's have a play. 



pt. I, n. s. ( v. 18 



Court of democracy. See War crime trials. 

A crazy violet; by Van WaUen. © July 12, 1945; D 
94400; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

3758 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

3759-3762 
No. 257, July 15, 1945. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 

94381. 
No. 258, July 22, 1945. © 1 -c. July 27, 1945; D 

94404. 
No. 259, July 29, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1945; D 

94570. 
No. 260, Aug. 5, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; D 

94698. 

Crown colony; from a manuscript of the same title 
by L. Young. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94383; Ly- 
man Young & Barbara M. Davis, San Anselmo, 
Calif. 3763 

The curious impertinent; Cervantes' novel made in- 
to a modern comedy. © 1 c. July 27, 1945; D 
94443; Herman Wouk, New York. 3764 

DDT; June 25, 1945, by Charles Rabiner. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1945; D 94582; E. I. Du Pont de Nemours 
& co., Wilmington, Del. 3765 

Dangerous policy. © Robert W. Moree, Buffalo. 

3766-3768 
Episode 2, The pillow factory fire. © 1 c. July 

30, 1945; D 94514. 
Episode 3, The mystery of the dead machinist. 

© 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 94515. 
Episode 4, The case of the mad musician. © 1 
c. July 30, 1945; D 94516. 

Danny boy. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1945; D 94491; Philip 
Yordan, Hollywood, Calif. 3769 

Dark horse; by K. Nicholson & A. De Sola. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1945; D 94448; Kenyon Nicholson, 
Stockton, N. J. & Alls De Sola, New York. 

3770 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 

© Lord, inc., New York. 3771-3776 

Program no. 157, Case of the counterfeit red 
points. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94409. 

Program no. 158, Case of the Mexican cemetery. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94410. 

Program no. 159, Case of the crooked contrac- 
tor. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94411. 

Program no. 160, Case of the prison camp lec- 
turer. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1945; D 94711. 

Program no. 161, Case of the dog of dynamite* 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1945; D 94712. 

Program no. 162, Case of the poison water 
cooler. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1945; D 94713. 

The dictator's death. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 3777-3779 

Episode no. 346, Always a woman. © 1 c. July 

24, 1945; D 94387. 
Episode no. 347, Joyous heart. © 1 c. July 24, 

1945; D 94388. 
Episode no. 348, The liar. © 1 c. July 24, 1945; 

D 94389. 



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3822 



Donde las din. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94405; An- 
tonio De la Puente, New York. 3780 

Double action. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 94581; Helen 
Bernice McLeod, Hollywood, Calif. 3781 

The end of the pier; and, Matinee idylls. © June 
25, 1945; D 94487; Robert Morley, Wargrave, 
Berks, England. 3782 

Eve Flanery; pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. each Aug. 14, 1945; 
D 94658, 94659; Genevieve Thair Rumboll, 
Washington, D. C. 3783, 3784 

The fabulous quidnunc. © Aug. 2, 1945; D 94534; 
Wayne Arnold, St. Louis & Jules Lawton, New 
York. 3785 

Faith in God. See The story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

The fall of Hainan; adapted from Hebrew by S. 
Schooler. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1945; D 94621; Kalman 
Bachrach, New York. 3786 

Farther off from heaven. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 
94697; William Motter Inge, St. Louis. 3787 

Faust in Queens. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94562; 
Donald Sturges, New York. 3788 

Feather in the wind. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; D 94484; 
Morris McNeil Musselman, Los Angeles. 

3789 

First affair. See Marriage is the goal. 

Flame of China; by J. Duvall, music by Dhel Loof- 
bourrow Funkhouser. [Text only] © 1 c. July 
2, 1945; D 94643; Josephine Duvall, New York. 

3790 

Flight into the blue; by Victor Clement. © 1 c. 
Aug. 2, 1945; D 94526; Paul Gordon Steve Kele- 
men, Hollywood, Calif. 3791 

For the world of tomorrow; by Joseph H. Mayne. © 
1 c. June 15, 1945; D 94524; Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago. 3792 

Frau X. See Secret city. 

Free will hour. © Aug. 6, 1945; AA 490516; Roxie 
D. Perm, Dallas. 3793 

The glass menagerie; by T. Williams. © July 31, 
1945; D 94553; Tennessee Williams & Edwina D. 
Williams, New York. 3794 

Glory from the attic. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1945; D 
94641; Sigmund Neuman, New York. 3795 

Going together. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94555; Ed- 
ward Leslie Ross, St. Mary's, Pa. 3796 

Good customer relations; by Norman Terry. © 1 
c* July 21, 1945; D 94376; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 3797 

Grand hotel. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

3798-3800 
July 21, 1945, Bright laughter, by Sidney Mar- 
shall. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; D 94530. 



July 28, 1945, Kill all precede, by Sidney Mar- 
shall. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; D 94550. 

Aug. 4, 1945, Cash and Carrie, by Virginia Saf- 
ford Lynn. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; D 94624. 

Grandpa's lucky dollar; by Fred [i.e. J. F.] Ballard. 
© 1 c.Aug. 17, 1945; D 94687; John Frederick 
Ballard, Lincoln, Neb. 3801 

The greatest of these; no. 20, Payment in full, by 
Robert Bice. © 1 c. June 25, 1945; D 94365; 
All-Canada radio facilities, ltd., Toronto. 

3802 

The greatest thing. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 94602; 
Beatrice Reinhardt Rodyenko, Manhasset, L. I., 
N. Y. 3803 

The guests came late. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; D 
94535; John Meehan, jr. & Claude Stroud, New 
York. 3804 

The Hallmark Charlotte Greenwood show. © Char- 
lotte Greenwood & Martin Broones, Los Angeles. 

3805-3815 
May 13, 20, 27, June 3, 10, 17, 1945, by Jack 

Hasty & Donald Johnson. © 1 c. each June 27, 

1945; D 94414-94419. 
June 24, July 1,- 1945, by Jack Hasty & Donald 

Johnson. © 1 c. each July 11, 1945; D 94421, 

94422. 
July 8, 1945, by Jack Hasty & Donald Johnson. © 

1 c. July 16, 1945; D 94420. 
July 22, 1945, by Sylvia Thalberg& Hy Alexander. 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94676. 
July 29, 1945, by Betty Hopkins & Richard Car- 
roll. © 1 c. July 29, 1945; D 94677. 

Hallowe'en; story adaptation & lyrics by D. Pask- 
man, music by L. Barrymore. © 1 c. July 31, 
1945; D 76434; Lionel Barrymore, Chatsworth, 
Calif. & Dailey Paskman, Hollywood, Calif. 

3816 

Hamlet, Prince of Denmark; by William Shakespeare, 
translated by Israel Efros. [Yiddish text] © 
Aug. 4, 1945; D 94402; Histadruth Ivrlth, inc., 
New York. 3817 

The hanging paperhanger. See The return of Nick 
Carter. 

Harriet; by Florence Ryerson [i.e. F.R. Clements] 
© July 20, 1945; D 94504; Florence Ryerson 
Clements & Colin Clements, Canoga Park, Calif. 

3818 

Haven in the dark. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1945; D 94716; 
Paul Nord, New York. 8819 

Heaven with a fence around it; by James Prlndle. © 
1 c. July 21, 1945; D 94371; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 3820 

The heavy duty Diesel; by Donald N. Shepherd. © 
1 c. July 21, 1945; D 94372; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 3821 

Her son. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94667; Dennis 
Donohue, New York. 3822 



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3822. 



Here come the girls. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; D 94568; 
Pincus W. Tell, New York. 3823 

Hidden horizon; by Agatha Christie [i. e. A. C. Mal- 
lowan] © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94444; Agatha 
Christie Mallowan, Devon, England. 3824 

Holly. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; D 94605; Miriam 
Young, Goldenbridge, N. Y. 3825 

The house of Satan. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; D 94447; 
Dennis Donohue, New York. 3826 

How are they at home; by John B. Priestley. © 
May 29, 1945; D 94509; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 3827 

How long the night. © Dec. 15, 1943; A 188822; 
Morris Guirl, Groose Pointe, Mich. 3828 

A hunting we will go. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

I commit murder. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94696; 
Peter Cecil, New York. 3829 

I had a dream. © Oct. 20, 1943; D 94403; John 
Gordon Lyons, London. 3830 

I'd like to be a cousin to Eddie. © 1 c. July 30, 
1945; D 94513; Jacob Belogorsky, Brooklyn. 

3831 

If. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94378; Ruth Brandt & 
Mae Brandt, Brooklyn. 3832 

Inter-American co-operation beneath flags of free- 
dom; June 4, 1943. © June 4, 1943; D 94644; Guy 
F. Varner, Cleveland Heights, O. 3833 

The island. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94691; Peter 
Jean Vest, New York. 3834 

It couldn't happen to nicer people. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1945; D 94588; Phoebe Ephron & Henry Ephron, 
New York. 3835 

It pays to advertise. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94634; 
Ray Harvey, Flushing, N. Y. 3836 

It's the doctor; by Celia Skye. © July 14, 1945; D 
94489; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

3837 

It's unbelievable; text & lyrics by J. B. Orr, jr. & 
E. Golln, music by A. Kronenberger. © 1 c 
Aug. 21, 1945; D 76440; Edwin Golln, Wilming- 
ton, Del., John B. Orr, jr., Miami, Fla. & Ar- 
thur Kronenberger, New York. 3838 

Jack and the beanstalk. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 
94600; Marjorie Lockman, Austin, Tex. 3839 

La Jeune Indienne; par Chamfort [pseud, of Se- 
bastlen-Roch Nicolas], avec une introduction par 
Gilbert Chinard. © Apr. 9, 1945; A 188892; 
Princeton university press, Princeton, N. J. 

3840 

The joker runs wild; by Avgust Serment [pseud, of 
V. Bolhovitinova] © 1 c. July 24, 1945; D 
94377; Valentina Bolhovitinova, New York. 

3841 



pt. I, n. 8.. v. 18 



Joyce Jordan, M. D.; episode no. 86, July 30, 1945, 
by Hlman Brown. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94685; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3842 

Joyous heart. See Dr. Christian. 

Jubilee. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94700; Vera H. 
Burns, Twin Springs, Id. 3843 

Judahand war. See The story of the Bible, Hezekiah 
sequence. 

Judah waits for attack. See The story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Jungle love call. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 94518; 
Clarice Manning MacQuarrie, Los Angeles. 

3844 

Just a minute; book, text & music by M. Orenstein. 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1945; D 76437; Morris Oren- 
stein, New York. 3845 

Ken Moore's Hollywood register. © 1 c. July 24, 
1945; D 94424; Kenneth Jesse Moore, Chicago. 

3846 

Kill all precede. See Grand hotel. 

The king's Illness. See The story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

Kiss and tell. © Aug. 2, 1945; D 94628; F. Hugh 
Herbert, Los Angeles. 3847 

Kiss them for me; based on F. Wakeman's novel, 
Shore leave, by L. Davis. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; 
D 94561; Luther Davis & Frederic Wake man, 
New York. 3848 

The Kraft music hall; June 28, 1945, by J. Walter 
Thompson co. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94625; 
Kraft cheese co., inc., Chicago. 3849 



The lady of the house. < 
John Jex, New York. 



1 c.Aug. 8, 1 945; D 94603; 
3850 



The law west of the Pecos; June 11, 1945, by Wil- 
liam E. Robinson. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 
94883; E. I. Da Pont de Nemours & co., Wilming- 
ton, Del. 3851 

Lela FarreL © July 13, 1945; D 94604; Charles 
Fue, Brooklyn. 3852 

Less than love. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94629; 
Anthony Buttitta, New York. 3853 

Let George do it. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94689; 
Burrell Smith, Schenectady, N. Y. 3854 

Let's have a play. © Helen Frances Barton, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 3855-3864 
Jan. 21, 1944, The magic fountain. © 1 c. Aug. 

9, 1945; D 94609. 
Feb. 20, 1944, Shulamel and the golden ship. © 

1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; D 94610. 
Mar. 22, 1944, The chateau above the clouds. 

© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; D 94611. 
Apr. 3, 1945, The magician's son. © 1 c. Aug. 

9, 1945; D 94612. 
May 14, 1945, Cordelia's magic spoon. © 1 c. 

Aug. 9, 1945; D 94613. 



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3897 



May 21, 1945, The black tree. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 

1945; D 94614. 
May 30, 1945, Nancy Bluetooth of Butterfly Bush. 

© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; D 94615. 
June 4, 1945, Cillcia and the hermit. © 1 c. Aug. 

9, 1945; D 94616. 
June 10, 1945, The speckled cat. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 

1945; D 94617. 
June 17, 1945, Sadie Stone of Sunrise street. © 

1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; D 94618. 

The liar. See Dr. Christian. 

The lieutenants come home; June 4, 1945, by Ar- 
thur Arent. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94548; E. I. 
Du Pont de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 

3865 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1787, by Carl 
Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 
94682; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3866 

The lions roar; book by Ted Knee land & Julie Mar- 
vin, lyrics & music by T. Kneeland. [Text only] 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; D 94706; Edward Stanley 
Kneeland, jr. Bronxville, N. Y. 3867 

Little A. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94395; Hubert 
Snow White, jr., Los Angeles. 3868 

Little Black Sambo and the pirates. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1945; D 94558; Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Memphis. 

3869 

Little Black Sambo and the tigers; adapted from old 
folk tale. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94557; Ellen 
Anna Reisewitz, Memphis. 3870 

Little Lady Luck; text and music by R. King [pseud, 
of Earl J. Edwards] © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 
76430; Richard King, Monrovia, Calif. 3871 

The living past; Washington's inauguration. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1945; D 94577; Don W. Lyon, New York. 

3872 

Lola Montez. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94654; Ro- 
bert Morris Saffron, Pittsburgh. 3873 

Look beyond the label; by Irene D. Jaworski. © 
July 25, 1945; D 94426; Bureau for intercultural 
education, New York. 3874 

Look who's here; book by T. Tiller & J. Bailey, 
lyrics by J. Bailey, m Arthur Siegel. [Text only] 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1945; D 94694; Jeff Bailey & Ted 
Tiller, New York. 3875 

Lost and found. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1945; D 94715; A. 
B. Sniff rin, New York. 3878 

Lost and found; by T. Eckert & K. R. Eckert. © 1 
c. July 26, 1945; D 94399; Terese Eckert & Helen 
R. Eckert, Glenslde Gardens, Pa. 3877 

The lost spear; based on old African fairy tale of 
same title. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94556; Ellen 
Anna Reisewitz, Memphis. 3878 

A lost wand; adapted from story of same title by 
Jean Ingelow. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94560; 
Ellen Anna Reisewitz, Memphis. 3879 



Love is the darndest thing. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; 
D 94663; Elliott Lester, Wyncote, Pa. 3880 

Love o' Mike; by Morgan W. Glbney. © 1 c. July 
21, 1945; D 94374; Wilding picture productions, 
Inc., Chicago. 3881 

Love's labor. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 94511; E. 
Allen Bennett, Los Angeles. 3882 

Lux radio theatre; June 25, 1945, The woman in the 
window, by J. Walter Thompson co. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1945; D 94628; Lever bros. co., Cambridge, 
Mass. 3883 

Mac Crae. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; D 94520; Hamilton 
Pitt, Wlnsted, Conn. 3884 

The magic fountain. See Let's have a play. 

The magician's son. See Let's have a play. 

Maid in U. S. A.; by Rufus Heed & Alicia Thomas. 
© 1 c. Feb. 22, 1945; D 94707; Ruth Byers Heed, 
Chicago. 3885 

The make-believe murder. See The return of Nick 
Carter. 

Mama had a hunch; by Nan Fleming. © July 2, 
1945; D 94502; Samuel French, New York. 

3886 

Manhattan serenade. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94693; 
Wendell Harley Dodds, Woodland, Calif. 3887 

March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

3888, 3889 
July 19, 1945. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94406. 
July 26, 1945. © 1 c. July 29, 1945; D 94454. 

Margaret and Gerard; The cloister and the hearth, 
by Helen Payne [1. e. H. P. Brown] © 1 c. Aug. 
21, 1945; D 94717; Helen Payne Brown, Long 
Beach, N. Y. 3890 

Marriage Is the goal; or, First affair, by Helen 
Payne [i. e. H. P. Brown] © 1 c. July 28, 1945; 
D 94482; Helen Payne Brown, Long Beach, N. Y. 

3891 

Masks; by Patricia Chown. © May 30, 1945; D 
94506; Samuel French, ltd., London. 3892 

Matinee idylls. See The end of the pier. 

The meat we eat; by Bruce L. Henry. © 1 c. July 
21, 1945; D 94369; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 3893 

Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 3894-3896 

Episode 77, Raymond's lending library, July 12, 

1945. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94673. 
Episode 78, A hunting we will go, July 19, 1945, 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94674. 
Episode 79, The dictator's death, Jaly 28, 1945. 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94675. 



Meet the Bennetts; by L. Martin, arranged for radio 
by G. T. Whitehurst, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1944; 
D 94542; Martin Lawrence & George T. White- 
hurst, jr., Elizabeth City, N. C. 3897 



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pt. I. n. s., v. 18 



Melody Lane; book, text & music by L.Duckers. © 
1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 76438; Leslie Duckers, 
Brooklyn. 3898 

The mermaid's singing. © 1 c. June 9, 1945; D 
94493; John Van Druten, Thermal, Calif. 3899 

The minstrel boy. See Tom Moore. 

Mirage. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; D 94649; Alex Ruben 
& Ray Ruben, New York. 3900 

Miss Hattie and Virgie; audition script no. 1, July 
24, 1945, by Eugenia Price. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 
1945; D 94607; Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago. 

3901 

Mission from Moscow. © 1 c, Aug. 11, 1945; D 
94630; A. M. Bush, Brooklyn. 3902 

Mrs. Murphy's chowder; by Peggy O'Hara. © June 
28, 1945; D 94498; Samuel French, New York. 

3903 

A moment at home. © 1 c. July 2, 1945; O 94413; 
Isadore Joseph Silverstone, Rockaway Park, N. 
Y. 3904 

A moon for the misbegotten. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1 945; 
O 94563; Eugene O'Neill, San Francisco. 

3905 

Morgan's lady. © July 14, 1945; D 94656; Mila 
Trouk, New York. 3906 

Mother Goose. © Aug. 11,1945; D 94635; Clemman 
May Brown, Baltimore. 3907 

Music on trial. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1944; D 94544; Ann 
L. Edison, New York. 3908 

My Chicago. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94665; Arch 
Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 3909 

My very dear clients. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94564; 
George Mason Leppert & Kenneth Gormin, New 
Orleans. 3910 

The mystery of the dead machinist. See Dangerous 
policy. 

Nancy Bluetooth of Butterfly Bush. See Let's have 
a play. 

Natalie. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1945; D 94705; Edward 
McNamee, New York. 3911 

New horizons; by Morgan W. Gibney. © 1 c. July 
21, 1945; D 94373; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 3912 

The nightmare. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94692; 
Peter Jean Vest, New York. 3913 

1945 overture to Uncle Sam; by Marion [i. e. J. M.] 
Jackson. © 1 c. July 5, 1945; D 94392; John 
Marion Jackson, Los Angeles. 3914 

None of your business. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 
94702; Alexander Rote, Hollywood, Calif. 3915 

Now is the time. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94382; 
Augusta Blinick, New York. 3916 



Obey or not obey, that is the question. © 1 c. Aug. 
12, 1945; D 94638; Libby Taylor, Washington, D. 
C 3917 

Oboler omnibus. © Aug. 10, 1945; A 189351; Arch 
Oboler, Hollywood, Calif. 3918 

Off with the head. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; D 94655; 
Royce Barclay, Los Angeles. 3919 

One foot in heaven; script nos. 12-15, Apr. 22, 29, 
May 6, 13, 1945. © 1 c. each Aug. 12, 1945; D 
94650-94653; Hartzell Spence, Somerset, Va. 

3920-3923 

One holy day. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1945; D 94528; Mark 
Reed, Boothbay Harbor, Me. 3924 

One of our own. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1945; D 94714; 
George Martin Bryson, Camden, N. J. 3925 

Only yesterday. © 1 c. May 15, 1944; D 94545; 
Farrell O'Frayne, New York. 3926 

Our loving husband. © 1 c. July 24, 1945; D 94386; 
Grace Z. Brown, New York. 3927 

Over twenty-one. Revised. © Jan. 24, 1945; D 
94533; Ruth Gordon, New York. 3928 

Ox/dol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 3136, by 
Leston Huntley. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94680; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3929 

Parade. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94664; Arch Obo- 
ler, Cornell, Calif. 3930 

Payment in full. See The greatest of these. 

A penny for your corpse. See The return of Nick 
Carter. 

The perfect marriage. © July 27, 1945; D 94573; 
Samson Raphaelson, Los Angeles. 3931 

The pillow factory fire. See Dangerous policy. 

Pioneers on parade. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; D 94708; 
Leonard Keller, Chicago. 3932 

Poley; by M. A. Herman. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 
94485; Milton A. Herman & Esther Grusetz, 
copartners, d. b. a. Herman & Grusetz, Brook- 
lyn. 3933 

Postwar planning. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 94576; 
James Douglas Breckenridge, Westwood, N. J. 

3934 

Pot and kettle; by D. Ber Sacter [pseud, of D. B. 
Schachter] © 1 c. July 6, 1945; D 94192; David 
Ber Schachter, Brooklyn. 3935 

The power and the sword. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1945; D 
94662; Bernard Myers, Washington, D. C. 

3936 

The price of victory; by Jam Handy organization, 
inc. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1945; D 94440; Coca-cola 
co. of Canada, ltd., Toronto. 3937 

The promised rainbow. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 
94749; Dorothy Gelgor, Brooklyn. 3938 



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3980 



Punch and Judy; text & music by F. Luther. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1945; D 76432; Frank Luther, New 
York. 3939 

Question bearing; no. 1, May 12, 1944. © 1 c. May 
17, 1944; D 94546; Don P. Nathanson, Minne- 
apolis. 3940 

Quiz baseball. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 94647; Rus- 
sell C. Spindler, St. Louis. 3941 

Raymond's lending library. See Meet Corliss Ar- 
cher. 

Reforestation; by Albert L. Weeks. © 1 c. July 21, 
1945; D 94370; Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago. 3942 

Refugee. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1945; D 94606; Mary M. 
Leonard, Chicago. 3943 

Report to the nation; by Bill Slocum, jr. & Mar- 
garet Miller. © Columbia broadcasting system, 
inc., New York. 3944-3949 

May 19, 1945. © June 20, 1945; D 94427. 
May 26, June 2, 1945. © July 11, 1945; D 94428, 

94429. 
June 9, 1945. © June 13, 1945; D 94430. 
June 17, 24, 1945. © June 23, 1945; D 94431, 

94432. 

The return of Nick Carter; by Alfred Bester. © 
Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

3950-3953 
July 15, 1945, A penny for your corpse. © 1 c. 

July 27, 1945; D 94450. 
July 22, 1945, The make-believe murder. © July 

27, 1945; D 94449. 
July 29, 1945, The case of the unwritten letter. 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1945; D 94619. 
Aug. 5, 1945, The hanging paperhanger. © 1 c. 

Aug. 8, 1945; D 94620. 

Right-hand angel. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1945; D 94679; 
Wilbur Wayne Dickens, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

3954 

Right in the act; by William Marrstone [pseud, of 
W. R. Stone] © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; D 94572; Wil- 
liam Robbins Stone, Upper Darby, Pa. 3955 

The right to happiness; episode no. 1487, John M. 
Young. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94683; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3956 

Ring around the bathtub. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 
94517; Dorothy Burke & Dorothy Berrlgan, Se- 
attle. 3957 

Road of life; episode no. 2052, by Howard Teich- 
mann. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94681; Procter 6 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3958 

The room of death. G 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94397; 
Edward Leslie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 3959 

Rosanie; based on old French fairy tale of same 
title. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; D 94623; Ellen A. 
Reisewitz, Memphis. 3960 

Sadie Stone of Sunrise street. See Let's have a 
play. 



Safari for three; v. 1, episodes 1-5. © 1 c. each 
June 29, 1945; D 94536-94540; Harold William 
Moore, Hollywood, Calif. 3961-3965 

Sage of Chappaqua. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94695; 
Michael Daniels, Brooklyn. 3966 

Saint Nik. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; D 94527; Helene 
Hanff, New York. 3967 

Saleslady wanted; or, Specialty shop, text and music 
by Florence Wickham [i. e. F. W. Lueder] © 1 
c. Feb. 24, 1944; D 76435; Florence Wickham 
Lueder, New York. 3968 

Saturday with Mrs. Greens Farms; by E. Jennings. 
© July 15,1945; D 94490; Grace Baekland, Helen 
Case Foster, E mi lie Jennings & Billy Straw, 
Greens Farms, Conn. 3969 

Secret city; or, Frau X. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 
94631; Gerard David Le Donne, San Mateo, Calif. 

3970 

Shebna's last scheme. See The story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

The sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3971-3973 
Episode no. 42, June 21, 1945. © 1 c. June 28, 

1945; D 94408. 
Episode no. 45, July 13, 1945. © 1 c. July 24, 

1945; D 94391. 
Episode no. 46, July 20, 1945. © 1 c. July 25, 
1945; D 94390. 

Shore leave. See Kiss them for me. 

Show me the way to go home. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; 
D 94398; Christopher Sergei, Chicago. 3974 

Shulamel and the golden ship. See Let's have a 
play. 

Silent crescendo; by Gene [1. e. E.j Van Lelght & 
Dewey Ellsh. © 1 c. July 3, 1945; D 94425; Eu- 
gene Van Lelght, New York. 3875 



Sister Mary; by McCann [i. e. C. F.l Smith. © 1 c. 
July 4, 1945; D 94494; Charles F. Smith, Brook- 
lyn. 3876 

Snowflake goes a-zoo-ing, See Storyland theatre. 

A soldier returns; book by S. Page, lyrics by Eu- 
gene E. Page & S. Page, music by E. E. Page. 
[Text only] © 1 c. May 13, 1945; D 84552; Sarah 
Page, Los Angeles. 3877 

Soldier's wife; by Rose Franken [1. e. R. F. Meloney] 
G July 25, 1945; D 94505; Rose Franken Meloney 
& William Brown Meloney, New York. 3978 

Something to come home to. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1845; D 
84580; Helen Maloney, New York. 3878 

The song of the nightingale; dialogue by H. M. Au- 
gustine, music and story by A. E. Ward. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1845; D 76431; Arthur E. Ward & Harold 
M. Augustine, Montclair, N. J. 3880 



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pt. I, n. s.. v. 18 



Southern comfort; by Peter [i. e. L. P.] Finney. © 
1 c. Aug. 5, 1945; D 94584; Leo Peter Finney, 
New York. 3981 

The sow's ear. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1945; D 94661; Bill 
Noble, Spokane. 3982 

Specialty shop. See Saleslady wanted. 

The speckled cat. See Let's have a play. 

Spin it and win it. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; O 94646; 
William Clark Prediger, Brooklyn. 3983 

A stage version of Shelley's Cenci; based upon the 
Bellingham theatre guild's production of the 
tragedy by Arthur C. Hicks & R. Milton Clarke. 
© Aug. 2, 1945; A 189224; Caxton printers, ltd., 
Caldwell, Id. 3984 

Stairway to the stars; script nos. 1, 11, by Alex- 
ander Hill & Ceal Bernard. © 1 c. each Aug. 6, 
1945; D 94578, 94579; Charles M. Richardson, 
New York. 3985, 3986 

Stay home tonight; by L. Lichtenberg & Rael Cohen. 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94657; Leo Lichtenberg, 
Jackson Heights, N. Y. 3987 

A story In song; audition, July 26, 1945. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1945; D 94575; John Ransey Gelzer, 
Buffalo. 3988 

The story of the Bible, Hezekiah sequence; by 
Katharine Seymour & Adele Seymour. © General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis. 3989-3997 

Avis and Jared. © July 6, 1945; D 94438. 
Avis leaves Jerusalem. © July 6, 1945; D 94434. 
Faith in God. © July 6, 1945; D 94437. 
Judah and war. © July 6, 1945; D 94439. 
Judah waits for attack. © July 6, 1945; D 94436. 
The king's illness. © July 6, 1945; D 94433. 
Shebna's last scheme. © July 6, 1945; D 94435. 
The treasures of the temple. © July 17, 1945; D 

94622. 
Visitors from Babylon. © July 17, 1945; D 94678. 

Storyland theatre. © Jules Werner, New York. 

3998-4000 
v. 3, no. 5, The antics of Annabelle Ant. © 1 c. 

July 28, 1945; D 94451. 
v. 3, no. 8, The wooden Jewel. © 1 c. July 28, 

1945; D 94452. 
v. 3, no. 13, Snowflake goes a-zoo-lng. © 1 c. 
July 28, 1945; D 94453. 

Strangers among you; by Marion Wefer. © June 27, 
1945; D 94585; Friendship press, inc., New York. 

4001 

Sweet Genevieve; by M. G. Chute 6 Marchette 
Chute. © 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94393; Mary 
Chute & Marchette Chute, New York. 4002 

Sweet Sally Brown; by Charlotte Bailey. © Dec. 9, 
1944; D 94503; Samuel French, New York. 4003 

Symphony. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1945; D 94690; Dean 
Norton, New York. 4004 

The tailored heart. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; D 94608; 
Robert W. Anderson, New Rochelle, N. Y. 4005 



The taming of the shrew; by William Shakespeare, 
adapted from the play of the same name by M. 
S. Mondschein. © 1 c. June 18, 1945; D 94587; 
Murray S. Mondschein, Brooklyn. 4006 

Teen time. © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 94648; Russell 
C. Spindler, St. Louis. 4007 

Texas tornado. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94668; 
Margaret Valiant 6 R. Villers-Allerand, New 
York. 4008 

Their cradle songs; by Joseph Lynn & Donna Page. 
© 1 c. July 2, 1945; D 94495; Lela Elizabeth 
Gidley, Bakersfield, Calif. 4009 

This bright day. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 94589; Ed- 
win Lewis Levy, Philadelphia. 4010 

This is the time. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1945; D 94703; 
Donna Keath, New York. 4011 

Three comedies. © July 14, 1945; A 189213; Pet- 
ronlo Dileo, North Bergen, N. J. 4012 

Three million bachelors. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; D 
94565; Louis Kirshbaum, Los Angeles. 4013 

Three on death; by Bee [i. e. B. E.j Freeman. © 1 
c. July 3, 1945; D 94496; Beatrice E. Freeman, 
New York. 4014 

Through the portals of the past. © 1 c. July 25, 
1945; D 94385; Mrs. William Bacon, Dallas. 

4015 

Time of the harvest; by Jerome Bait [pseud, of S. J. 
Balczunas] © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1945; D 94627; Stan- 
ley Jerome Balczunas, Philadelphia. 4016 

Time to climb; by Norman Terry. © 1 c. July 21, 
1945; D 94375; Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago. 4017 

Tin Pan Alley of the air; by Bob Carman & Judith 
Tom. © Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago. 

4018-4021 
July 28, 1945. © 1 c. July 27, 1945; D 94442. 
Aug. 4, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94554. 
Aug. 11, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94633. 
Aug. 18, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94699. 

Tom Moore; or, The minstrel boy. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1945; D 94566; Frank Fay, New York & W. A. S. 
Douglas, Chicago. 4022 

Trans-institute. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1945; D 94591; El- 
mer Peterson, Mt. Vision, N. Y. 4023 



The treasures of the temple. 
Bible, Hezekiah sequence. 



See The story of the 



Tricks of the trade; program no. 2. © 1 c. Aug. 
12, 1945; D 94637; Robert E. Griffin, New York. 

4024 

Twilight sleepers. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94701; 
Ira James Patrick Sarsf ield O'Malley, Hawthorne, 
Calif. 4025 

The underground queen; based on old Greek myth. 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94559; Ellen Anna Reise- 
witz, Memphis. 4026 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



4081 



The undiscovered country. © 1 c. July 27, 1945; D 
94407; Stanley Young, New York. 4027 

V-day; by Burtis [i. e. C. B.] Hunter. © 1 c. Aug. 
2, 1945; D 94531; Charles Burtis Hunter, Val- 
halla, N. Y. . 4028 

The Victor Borge show. © S. C. Johnson & son, 
inc., Racine, Wis. 4029-4032 

No. 2, July 10, 1945, by Andy White & Jim Blood- 
worth. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 94669. 
Nos. 3-5, July 17, 24, 31, 1945, by Andy White. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 14, 1945; D 94670-94672. 

Visitors from Babylon. See The story of the Bible, 
Hezekiah sequence. 

War crime trials; or, Court of democracy. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1945; D 94441; Arthur Lesser, New 
York. 4033 

Washington's inauguration. See The living past. 

The web; by L. Starling & M. Campbell. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1945; D 94512; Lynn Starling & Mason 
Campbell, West Hollywood, Calif. 4034 

A weekend in September. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 
94549; Donald Sturges, New York. 4035 

Wer wirft den ersten stein; by Elsie Attenhofer. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1945; D 94423; Reiss, a. g., Basel, 
Switzerland. 4036 

What a break. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; D 94519; Will 
Heagney, Queens Village, L. I., N. Y. 4037 

Whenjanie comes marching home; by Wilbur Braun. 
© Dec. 30, 1944; D 94501; Samuel French, New 
York. 4038 

Where there's smoke. © 1 c. July 28, 1945; D 
94446; Ralph Fleischman, Baltimore. 4039 

Who plays for kings. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 94645; 
Wilbur Wayne Dickens, Ann Arbor, Mich. 4040 

The wings of a horse ; by Fred [i. e. J. F.] Ballard. 
© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 94590; John Frederick 
BaUard, Lincoln, Neb. 4041 

Wives and daughters; based on a novel by Mrs. 
Gaskell. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1945; D 94574; Margaret 
Macnamara, Oxford, England. 4042 



Wizard of Wash. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94398; 
Enoch Light, Danbury, Conn. 4043 

The woman in the window. See Lux radio theatre. 

A woman of America; episode no. 649, by Doria 
Folliott. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94684; Proc- 
ter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4044 

The wooden Indian; by Irwin Rowan [pseud, of I. 
Rosenzweig] & D. Syrop. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1945; D 
94521; Isidore Rosenzweig & David Syrop, Brook- 
lyn. 4045 

The wooden jewel. See Storyland theatre. 

The world and America; script nos. 26-52. © 1 c. 
each July 30, 1945; D 94455-94481; Time, inc., 
New York. 4046-4072 

The would-be gentleman; by Molifire [pseud, of Jean 
Baptiste Poquelin], version by Arthur Guiterman. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 94497; Theatre guild, 
inc., New York. - 4073 

Ye olde refraine. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1945; D 94640; 
Libby Taylor, Washington, D. C. 4074 

You ain't heard the half of it; by Grace Barney. © 
Dec. 29, 1944; D 94499; Samuel French, New 
York. 4075 

You can tell by the teller; by Joseph Cole & Leo 
Rosencrans. © 1 c. July 21, 1945; D 94368; 
Wilding picture productions, inc., Chicago. 

4076 

You can't always sometimes tell; by Jack Smart. 
© Feb. 8, 1945; D 94500; Samuel French, New 
York. 4077 

You make me laugh. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1945; D 94522; 
Leo Lichtenberg, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 4078 

You never know. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 94586; Rae 
Needleman, New York. 4079 

Young Dr. Malone; episode no. 75, July 16, 1945, by 
Janice Giant. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1945; D 94686; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4080 

The young man of Ark. Revised edition. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1945; D 94510; Walt Draper, Urbana, 111. 

4081 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,658 unpublished) 2,961 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 42 unpublished) 51 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 45 unpublished) 54 

Dramatico -musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 1 

Total - - 3,067 



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TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4081 



All front and no back. See Money. 

Circumstances. © Vincent Sargent Lawrence, Los 
Angeles. R 139442, Apr. 25, 1945. 1 

The committee admissions; by Edwin Milton Royle. 
© Selena Fetter Royle, New York. R 13928&, 
Apr. 11, 1945. 2 

The dislocated honeymoon; by C. W. Bell. © Mrs. 
Charles W. Bell, New York. R 139538, May 22, 
1945. 3 

The Earl of Pawtucket; by Augustus Thomas. © 
Lisle C. Thomas, New York. R 139865, May 26, 
1945. 4 

Gunfire; by M. Marcin & Louis K. Anspacher. © 
Max Marcin,New York. R 139779, May 11, 1&45. 

5 

Information please. © Jane Cowl, New York & Jane 
Murfin, Hollywood, Calif. R 139879, May 24, 
1945. 6 

It pays to advertise; by Roi Cooper Megrue & Wal- 
ter Hackett. © Marion Lome Hackett & Rod- 
ney Hitt, New York. R 139454, May 1, 1945. 7 

The little clown; by Avery Hopwood. © City bank 
farmers trust co.,New York. R 139808, May 11, 
1945. 8 



Look pleasant; founded on Gellet Burgess' Love in 
a hurry, w Ballard McDonald, book & music E. 
Harris. [Text only] © Elmer Harris, Fortune 
Bridge, Prince Edward Island, Canada. R 139866, 
May 26, 1945. 9 

Look upon the prisoner; based upon story of same 
name. © Rita Weiman, Westport, Conn. R 
139867, May 26, 1945. 10 

Love in a hurry. See Look pleasant. 

Loyalty; by George V. Hobart. © Vere Hobart & 
Donald Bayne Hobart, New York. R 139878, May 
24, 1945. 11 

Money; founded in part upon All front and no back, 
by Wallace Irwin. © Elmer Harris, Fortune 
Bridge, Prince Edward Island, Canada. R 139868, 
May 26, 1945. 12 

Der schatzgr&ber; v. Franz Schreker. © Maria 
Schreker, Berlin. R 139647, May 16, 1945. 13 

The unknown purple; by Carlyle Moore & Roland 
West. © Ethelyn P. Moore, Los Angeles. R 
139477, Apr. 30, 1945. 14 

When rogues fall out; by C.W.Bell. © Mrs. Charles 
W. Bell, New York. R 139648, May 16, 1945. 15 

A wild goose chase. © Vincent Sargent Lawrence, 
Los Angeles. R 139443, Apr. 25, 1945. 16 



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MOTION PICTURES 



After awhile. © July 23, 1945; M 16159; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4082 

Alaskan grandeur. © Mar. 16, 1945; M 16153; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4083 

America the beautiful. © Aug. 4, 1945; L 13418; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 4084 

Beau ties. © Apr. 20, 1945; L 13431; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 4085 

The beautiful cheat. © July 27,1945; L 13404; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 4086 

Black Arrow. © Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4087-4091 
Chap. no. 9, Escape from death. © Dec. 15, 

1944; L 13387. 
Chap. no. 10, The gold cache. © Dec. 22, 1944; 

L 13407. 
Chap. no. 11, The curse of the killer. © Dec. 

29, 1944; L 13420. 

Chap. no. 12, Test by torture. © Jan. 5, 1945; L 

13433. 
Chap. no. 13, The sign of evil. © Jan. 12, 1945; 

L 13441. 

Boring holes with offset boring head. See Machine 
shop work, operations on a milling machine. 

Boston Blackie's rendezvous; from a story by Fred 
Schiller. © July 23, 1945; L 13405; Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4092 

Brenda Starr, reporter. © Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 4093-4097 

Chap. no. 9, Dark magic. © Mar. 23, 1945; L 

13386. 
Chap. no. 10, A double-cross backfires. © Mar. 

30, 1945; L 13406. 

Chap. no. 11, On the spot. © Apr. 6, 1945; L 

13419. 
Chap. no. 12, Murder at night. © Apr. 13, 1945; 

L 13432. 
Chap. no. 13, The mystery of the payroU. © 

Apr. 20, 1945; L 13440. 

Canine-feline capers. © July 27, 1945; M 16206; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 4098 

Christmas in Connecticut; from an original story 
by Aileen Hamilton. © Aug. 11, 1945; L 13430; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4099 

Conflict; based on original story by Robert Siod- 
mak& Alfred Neumann. © June 30, 1945; L 13391; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4100 

The corn is green; from the stage play by Emlyn 
Williams. © July 21, 1945; L 13395; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4101 



The curse of the killer. See Black Arrow. 

Cutting a short rack. See Machine shop work, 
operations on a milling machine. 

Cutting teeth on a worm gear. See Machine shop 
work, operations on a milling machine. 

Dark magic. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

Death in the dark. See The monster and the ape. 

The dippy diplomat. © July 27, 1945; M 16170; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc. & Walter Lantz pro- 
ductions, New York. 4102 

A double-cross backfires. See Brenda Starr, re- 
porter. 

The edge of doom. See The monster and the ape. 

Elements of hardening. See Engineering, heat 
treatment of steel. 

Elements of surface hardening. See Engineering, 
heat treatment of steel. 

Elements of tempering, normalizing and annealing. 
See Engineering, heat treatment of steel. 

Engineering, heat treatment of steel. © Audio 
productions, inc., New York. 4103-4105 

Elements of hardening. © June 1,1945;M 16181. 
Elements of surface hardening. © June 1, 1945; 

M 16183. 
Elements of tempering, normalizing and anneal- 
ing. © June 1, 1945; M 16182. 

Escape from death. See Black Arrow. 

The fatal search. See The monster and the ape. 

The fatal witness; based on story by Rupert Croft - 
Cooke. © July 31, 1945; L 13427; Republic pic- 
tures corp., New York. 4106 

A fiend in disguise. See The monster and the ape. 

Flame cultivation with the sizz-weeder. © title, 
descr.fc 101 prints reed. Aug. 18, 1945; M 16205; 
Fijelen research & development co., Washington, 
D. C. 4107 

Flames of fate. See The monster and the ape. 

Flivver flying. © June 30, 1945; M 16160; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 4108 

Forty thousand volts. See The monster and the ape. 

G. I. Joe. © July 13, 1945; L 13435; Lester Cowan 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4109 



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The gay senorita. © July 13, 1945; L 13390; Colum- 
bia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4110 

The gold cache. See Black Arrow. 

The gorilla at large. See The monster and the ape. 

A hatful of dreams. © July 6, 1945; L 13397; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 4111 

Her highness and the bellboy. © July 4, 1945; L 
13421; Loew's, inc., New York. 4112 

His last flight. See The monster and the ape. 

Hitchhike to happiness; based on original story by 
Manny Seff & Jerry Horwin. © June 7, 1945; L 
13425; Republic pictures, inc., New York. 4113 

Hold autumn in your hand. See The southerner. 

Hometown, U. S. A. © May 24, 1945; M 16211; 
Cowles magazines, inc., New York. 4114 

How disease travels. © June 11, 1945; M 16189; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 4115 

I'll remember April. © Aug. 6, 1945; M 16174; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4116 

Infant care. © Mar. 10, 1945; M 16188; Walt Dis- 
ney productions, Burbank, Calif. 4117 

Jasper's boobytraps. © Aug. 3, 1945; L 13422; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 4118 

Jealousy; based on an original idea by Dalton Trum- 
bo. © June 19, 1945; L 13437; Republic pictures 
corp. , New York. 4119 

Just a prayer away. © Aug. 6, 1945; M 16175; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4120 

Justice triumphs. See The monster and the ape. 

Know your blind. © title, descr. & 4 prints reed. 
Aug. 8, 1945; M 16191; W. Earnest Tiffany, Lake- 
wood, N. Y. 4121 

A lamb in a jam. © May 4, 1945; L 13439; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 4122 

Learn and live. © July 16, 1945; L 13394; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 4123 

Machine shop work, operations on a milling ma- 
chine. © Hartley productions, New York. 

4124-4128 
No. 5, Milling a template. © July 1, 1945; M 

16212. 
No. 6, Cutting a short rack. © July 1, 1945; M 

16213. 
No. 7, Boring holes with offset boring head. © 

July 1, 1945; M 16214. 
No. 8, Milling a helical cutter. © 1 c. July 1, 

1945; M 16215. 
No. 9, Cutting teeth on a worm gear. © July 1, 

1945; M 16216. 

The mad professor. See The monster and the ape. 



Pt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



The mechanical terror. See The monster and the 
ape. 

Midnight manhunt. © June 1, 1945; L 13423; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 4129 

Mighty Mouse in the Port of Missing Mice. © Feb. 
2, 1945; L 13438; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 4130 

Milling a helical cutter. See Machine shop work, 
operations on a milling machine. 

Milling a template. See Machine shop work, opera- 
tions on a milling machine. 

The monster and the ape. © Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4131-4145 

Chap. no. 1, The mechanical terror. © Apr. 20, 

1945; L 13399. 
Chap. no. 2, The edge of doom. © Apr. 27, 1945; 

L 13408. 
Chap. no. 3, Flames of fate. © May 4, 1945; L 

13400. 
Chap. no. 4, The fatal search. © May 11, 1945; 

L 13401. 
Chap. no. 5, Rocks of doom. © May 18, 1945; L 

13402. 
Chap. no. 6, A fiend in disguise. © May 25, 1945; 

L 13403. 
Chap. no. 7, A scream in the night. © June 2, 

1945; L 13409. 
Chap. no. 8, Death In the dark. © June 9, 1945; 

L 13410. 
Chap. no. 9, The secret tunnel. © June 16, 1945; 

L 13411. 
Chap. no. 10, Forty thousand volts. © June 23, 

1945; L 13412. 
Chap. no. 11, The mad professor. © June 30, 

1945; L 13413. 
Chap. no. 12, Shadows of destiny. © July 7, 1945; 

L 13414. 
Chap. no. 13, The gorilla at large. © July 14, 

1945; L 13415. 
Chap. no. 14, His last flight. © July 21, 1945; L 

13416. 
Chap. no. 15, Justice triumphs. © July 28, 1945; 

L 13417. 

Mouse in Manhattan. © July 2, 1945; L 13393; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 4146 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 84-94. © June 19, 22, 
26, 29, July 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 1945; M 
16156-16158, 16184-16187, 16192-16195; Movie- 
tonews, inc., New York. 4147-4157 

Murder at night. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 

A musical way. See Speaking of animals in A 
musical way. 

The mystery of the payroll. See Brenda Starr, 
reporter. 

The new spirit. © Jan. 21, 1942; M 16207; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 4158 

Now the peace. © May 18, 1945; M 16190; War- 
wick pictures, inc., New York. 4159 

On the spot. See Brenda Starr, reporter. 



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MOTION PICTURES 



4203 



Over 21; adapted from the play by Ruth Gordon. © 
July 13, 1945; L 13398; Sidney Buchman produc- 
tions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4160 

Overseas roundup no. 3. © July 16, 1945; M 16162; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4161 

Paramount news; nos. 87-95. © June 30, July 4, 7, 
11, 14, 18, 21, 25, 28, 1945; M 16196-16204; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

4162-4170 

Phantoms, inc. © June 25, 1945; L 13392; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4171 

Port of Missing Mice. See Mighty Mouse in the 
Port of Missing Mice. 

The power house of aviation. © title, descr. & 2 
prints reed. July 29,1945; M 16171; Wright aero- 
nautical corp., Paterson, N. J. 4172 

Rocks of doom. See The monster and the ape. 

Rustlers of the Badlands. © June 15, 1945; L 13388; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

4173 

A scream in the night. See The monster and the 
ape. 

The second phase of the Kenny treatment. © July 
18, 1945; M 16172; Elizabeth Kenny, Minneapolis. 

4174 

The secret tunnel. See The monster and the ape. 

Shadows of destiny. See The monster and the ape. 

The sign of evil. See Black Arrow. 

Sikhs of Patiala. © Apr. 13, 1945; M 16154; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 4175 

South of the border with Disney. © Nov. 6, 1942; 
M 16208; Walt Disney productions, Burbank, 
Calif. 4176 

The southerner; from the novel, Hold autumn in 
your hand, by George Sessions Perry. © Aug. 
10, 1945; L 13428; Loew-Hakim, inc., Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 4177 

Speaking of animals in A musical way. © July 20, 
1945; M 16155; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 4178 

Steppln' pretty. © Jan. 19, 1945; M 16210; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 4179 

The strange affair of Uncle Harry; from the play by 
Thomas Job. © Aug. 14, 1945; L 13436; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 4180 

Swingin' on a rainbow. © July 27, 1945; L 13424; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 4181 



Tale of two mice. © July 2, 1945; M 16161; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 4182 

Tee for two. © July 5, 1945; L 13396; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 4183 

Tell it to a star. © July 30, 1945; L 13426; Repub- 
lic pictures corp., New York. 4184 

Test by torture. See Black Arrow. 

There's no you. © Aug. 6, 1945; M 16178; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4185 

Tops in the big top. © Mar. 16, 1945; L 13429; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 4186 

Treasure chest. © Aug. 6, 1945; M 16176; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4187 

Trolling for strikes. © Dec. 15, 1944; M 16209; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4188 

Universal newsreel; v. 18, nos. 409-414. © June 26, 
28, July 3, 5, 10, 12, 1945; M 16164-16169; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 4189-4194 

Unusual occupations; L4-5. © July 13, 1945; M 
16128; Paramount pictures, inc*, New York. 

4195 

Walking with my honey. © Aug. 6, 1945; M 16180; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4196 

Week end at the Waldorf; suggested by a play by 
Vicki Baum. © July 12, 1945; L 13442; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4197 

When Aunt Minnie plays the Minuet in G. © Aug. 6, 
1945; M 16173; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 4198 

When the bloom is on the sage. © Aug. 6, 1945; M 
16177; Soundies distributing corp. ol America, 
inc., Chicago. 4199 

Where do we go from here; from a story by Morrie 
Ryskind & Sig Herzig. © May 29, 1945; L 13389; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4200 

Yankee Doodle's daughters. © July 21, 1945; M 
16163; Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

4201 

You belong to my heart. © Aug. 6, 1945; M 16179; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4202 

You can't do without love. © July 26, 1945; L 13434; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

4203 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 

Total--- - - - 



440 
696 

M36 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME* 18 

No. 9 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, ' Class D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, 'ill be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1945, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices Of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

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Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

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Part 2, Periodicals - -- - - 2.00 

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Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Across the range; from a radio script by Betty 
Barrie. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; D 94908; Samuel 
John Park, New York. 4204 

Aguinaldo. See The living past. 

Air tight alibi; by Walter Hackett. © Aug. 3, 1945; 
D 94811; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4205 

The ail-American gripe. See What's your beef. 

Ambush. See The Lone Ranger. 

Un amour fou. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95100; Jean 
Guitton, Paris. 4206 

Am-stram-gram. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95099; 
Andre Roussin, Paris. 4207 

Angry fancy; by Claudia Hatch [i. e. C. H. Stearns] 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1945; D 94933; Claudia Hatch 
Stearns, Ridgefield, Conn. 4208 

Annabelle. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; D 94932; John Ar- 
vil Martin, Evansville, Ind. 4209 

Antigone. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95095; Jean 
Anouilh, Paris. 4210 

Army mules. See The Lone Ranger. 

At the well of the star; text by Martha Bayly, inci- 
dental music by various composers. © Aug. 13, 
1945; D 94788; Tullar-Meredith co., New York. 

4211 

The banishment of Roger Williams. See The 
living past. 

B-B-B-Benny; book by J. Werner, lyrics by Ruth 
Werner, music by Paul Creston. [Text only] © 
1 c. June 12, 1945; D 94720; Jules Werner, New 
York. 4212 

Beloved. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; D 94906; Jay Victor, 
Montclair, N. J. 4213 

Bend down sister; by Arthur LeRoy Kaser. © Sept. 
12, 1945; D 95020; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

4214 

Les berceaux vides;[par] Victor Vekeman. © Sept. 
1, 1945; D 94839; Federation of Cercles Lacor- 
daire & Ste. Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall River, Mass. 

4215 

Bernarda Alba; by Federico Garcia Lorca, trans- 
lated by R. L. O'Connell & J. G. Lujan. © 1 c. 
Sept. 9, 1945; D 94953; Richard L. O'Connell & 
James Graham Lujan, New York. 4216 



Le bien-aime. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1945; D 94827; Sacha 
Guitry, Paris. 4217 

Billy King's humorology; 1-E — 6-E. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 2, 1945; D 94897-94902; Billy King, New 
York. 4218-4223 

The Black Ghost; by Rilla Carlisle [pseud, of Anne 
Coulter Martens] © Sept. 12, 1945; D 95023; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4224 

Blessed are the meek. See The Lone Ranger. 

Blood on the land. See The Lone Ranger. 

Blood type O. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94972; Ed- 
ward Leslie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 4225 

Blue spies; by Helen Cross. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; 
D 94768; Helen Crosby, Washington, D, C. 

4226 

A borrowed Christmas; by Rilla Carlisle [pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens] © Sept. 12, 1945; D 
95021; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4227 

Brad comes home. See The Lone Ranger. 

By the sword. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 94987; Abra- 
ham Fishbein, Brooklyn. 4228 

The Caliph and the merchant; by Delal Murris 
[pseud, of Delia Morris] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 
94913; Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 4229 

La candeur merveilleuse. See Durandal. 

Captain Gene Hamlet. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 
94851; Piroska Szenes, New York. 4230 

Carnival; audition script, by Anna Sosenko. © 1 c. 
Sept. 9, 1945; D 94976; Sosenko productions, inc., 
New York. 4231 

Carrigan's mother. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1945;D 95007; 
Rolland H. Jones, Akron, O. 4232 

The case of the bleeding bobolink. See The return 
of Nick Carter. 

The case of the ghostly voices. See Inspector 
Hawkes and son. 

Case of the hidden gold. See International police. 

Case of the safety deposit box. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

The case of the sick statue. See The return of 
Nick Carter. 



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Case of the skin protecting lotion. See David 
Harding - counterspy. 

Case of the table cloth doodle. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 



The case of the talking tree. 
Nick Carter. 



See The return of 



Case of the underwater transmitter. 
Harding - international police. 



See David 



The case of the unwanted flowers. 
Hawkes and son. 



See Inspector 



The case of the vanishing postman. See The re- 
turn of Nick Carter. 

Casual company. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1945; D 95013; 
Edward Davis Wood, jr., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

4233 

C'etait en juillet. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95093; 
Henry Turpin & Pierre-Paul Fournier, Paris. 

4234 

Challenge of the Yukon; no. 367, An unlucky gam- 
bler, by Trendle & Joyce. © 1 c. June 28, 1945; 
D 94767; Challenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 

4235 

Chewing gum. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 94979; Mil- 
ton Herbert Gropper, New York. 4236 

Chispas de acero. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1945; D 94797; 
Antonio de la Puente, New York. 4237 

Christmas deferred. See Dr. Christian. 

Christmas frolics; by Germaine Haney. © Sept. 5, 
1945; AA 492212; T. S. Denison & co., Minne- 
apolis. 4238 

The Christmas guest; text by Juanita Rosemon, 
music by I. H. Meredith. © Aug. 13, 1945; D 
76442; Tullar- Meredith co., New York. 4239 

City on a hill. See Mayor Tom. 

Cleopatra, the second. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 
94762; Vilma Kurer, New York. 4240 

Coconuts aweigh. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94748; 
Victor Mockus, Hastings, Neb. 4241 

Comment on se trompe; [par] Victor Vekeman. © 
Sept. 1, 1945; D 94838; Federation of Cercles 
Lacordaire & Ste. Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall River, 
Mass. 4242 

Complications; by Keith Donaldson [pseud, of W. J. 
Beugge] © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 95005; Walter 
J. Beugge, Philadelphia. 4243 

The composer. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945;D 94978; Mil- 
ton Herbert Gropper, New York. 4244 

The Congo; text by Vachel Lindsay, music by W. M. 
Schmedemann, choreography by Catharine Mil- 
lar [i. e. C. M. McCurdey] © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; 
D 76447; Catharine Millar McCurdey, New York. 

4245 



Corliss looks to the future. See Meet Corliss Ar- 
cher. 

Corliss proves a point. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

The county agent; script nos. 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 5, 1945; D 94925, 94926; Gail Woodruff 
Compton, Chicago. 4246, 4247 

Credit for murder. S ee The Green Hornet. 

Crevasse; from the play, La dent rouge, by H. R. 
Lenormand, adapted by C. Madden. © 1 c. Aug. 
14, 1945; D 94766; Cecil Madden, London. 

4248 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

4249-4252 
No. 261, Aug. 12, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 

94743. 
No. 262, Aug. 19, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 

94784. 
Nos. 263, 264, Sept. 2, 9, 1945. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 14, 1945; D 95009, 95010. 

The crooked mile. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; D 94922; 
Robert.Lewis Craig, New York. 4253 

The cycle of creation; by L. Sturzo, translated by 
Barbara Barclay Carter. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; 
D 94973; Luigi Sturzo, Brooklyn. 4254 

La dame en noir; [par] Victor Vekeman. © Sept. 1, 
1945; D 94834; Federation of Cercles Lacor- 
daire & Ste. Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall River, Mass. 

4255 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 
© Lord, inc., New York. 4256-4258 

Program no. 163, Case of the safety deposit box. 

© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94867. 
Program no. 164, Case of the table cloth doodle. 

© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94868. 
Program no. 165, Case of the skin protecting 

lotion. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94869. 

David Harding - international police; Case of the 
underwater transmitter, by Phillips H„ Lord. © 
1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94866; Phillips H. Lord, 
inc., New York. 4259 



Deadfall. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94828; 
Burnham & Robert Morse, New York. 



James 
4260 



Dear Mr. Anthony. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; D 94770; 
Donald Jerome Levy, Fresno, Calif. 4261 

Death in the gardenroom. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 
94985; Louise C. Pratt, Los Angeles. 4262 

The defense never rests. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 
94736; John B. Bamberger, Baltimore. 4263 

La dent rouge. See Crevasse. 

The desert and the sown; by Mrs. James Claudfi. e. 
M.] Moxley. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94855; 
Marian Moxley, Tampa, Fla. 4264 

Devils die angels; by Emery [i. e. E. J.] Bernauer 
& F. F. W. Kahn. © lc. Sept. 11, 1945;D 95079; 
Emmerich Josef Bernauer & Ferdinand Fried- 
rich Wilhelm Kahn, Los Angeles. 4265 



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no. 9, 1945 



4301 



Dieu est innocent. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95101; 
Lucien Fabre, Paris. 4266 

Dinner with Henry. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 94780; 
Arturo Despouey, New York. 4267 

The dish ran away with the spoon; from Kamra- 
terna, by August Strindberg, adapted by E. Hor- 
ton. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94763; Edith Hor- 
ton, West Los Angeles, Calif. 4268 

The disturbing element. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 
94910; Jarrell E. Buchanan, Los Angeles. 4269 

Dobie deadline. See The Lone Ranger. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 4270-4273 

Episode no. 349, The legend of Khorassan. © 1 

c. Aug. 21, 1945; D 94728. 
Episode no. 350, Christmas deferred. © 1 c. 

Aug. 21, 1945; D 94729. 
Episode no. 351, K-9 justice. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 

1945, D 94848. 
Episode no. 352, Leave it to love. © 1 c. Aug. 

29, 1945; D 94849, 

Dr. Socrates, the atom smasher; by Peter James 
[pseud, of P. J. Kedas] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
94862, Peter James Kedas, New York. 4274 

The doctor's wife. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1945; D 94963; 
Max S. Ehrlich, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 4275 

Dolorous Stella; by Sam [i. e. Saverio] Mendicino. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94746; Saverio Mendicino, 
Vandergrift, Pa. 4276 

Dona Marina; text & music by D. F. S. Gordon. © 
1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; D 76446; Dorothy Fae Swan 
Gordon, Erie, Kan. 4277 

Don't believe them. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94971; 
Edward Leslie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 4278 

The Duchess; book by Fred Schiller [pseud, of F. 
Schuller], lyrics by Ned Washington, music by 
Victor Young. [Text only] © 1 c. July 31, 1945; 
D 94846; Fred Schuller, Hollywood, Calif. 4279 

Durandal; ou, La candeur merveilleuse [parj Andre 
Ransan. © Dec. 15, 1943; D 94940; Editions 
Balzac, Paris. 4280 

The Emir and the merchant; byDelalMurris [pseud, 
of Delia Morris] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 94914; 
Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 4281 

L'enfant de l'autre; par Victor Vekeman. © Sept. 
1, 1945; D 94835; Federation of Cercles Lacor- 
daire & Ste. Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall River, Mass. 

4282 

Epousez nous, Monsieur. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95092; Jean de Letraz, St. Cloud, France. 4283 

The eternal hussy. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94864; 
Jay Ingram & Will Piper, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

4284 

Exalted manikin. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1945; D 94965; 
Forbes Herbert Dawson, New York. 4285 



The factory of death. See The return of Nick Car- 
ter. 

Fair exchange; by Keith Donaldson [pseud, of W. J. 
Beugge] © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 95004; Walter 
J. Beugge, Philadelphia. 4286 

Faithless three. See The Lone Ranger. 

The fall guy. See The Green Hornet. 

Fang. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94969; Edward Les- 
lie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 4287 

Fantasy of life. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94732; 
Elia Lazaroff, Hollywood, Calif. 4288 

Farceur; par Moliere [pseud, of Jean-Baptiste Po- 
quelin], presentes par Jacques Copeau. tome 1, 
2. © Dec. 30, 1943; D 94995, 94996; Editions I. 
A. C, Lyon, France. 4289, 4290 

Father in the house. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 94040; 
Paul Lipschutz, New York. 4291 

Favorite playtime; audition script, by Jerry [i. e. 
G. L.] Sullivan. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 94753; 
Gerard L. Sullivan, Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

4292 

Flare of dreams. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94718; 
Ralph E, Conwell, Laramie, Wy. & Lajos Egri, 
New York. 4293 

For those we love. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 94806; 
Dorita Violet Soler, Columbus, O. 4294 

For whom the telephone rings; by Charles Hahn. © 
Sept. 12, 1945; D 95019; Dramatic pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 4295 

Frame-up that backfired. See The Green Hornet. 

Framed out of trouble. See The Lone Ranger. 

Friends, Romans and relatives. © 1 c. July 16, 
1945; D 94821; Vivian Zambelli, Long Island 
City, N. Y. 4296 

Furlough. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; D 94719; Francis 
G. Warwin, Ann Arbor, Mich. 4297 

Furlough. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1945; D 95035; John 
Price Bell, New York. . 4298 

The gang's all here; [by] Luella E. McMahon. © 
Sept. 1, 1944; D 94790; Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la. 4299 

Gay Rosalinda; version by E. W. Korngold, music 
by Johann Strauss, musical arrangement for the 
stage by E. W. Korngold, book by Carl Roessler 
& Marcellus Schiffer, English adaptation by Aus- 
tin Melford & Rudolf Bernauer, lyrics by Sam 
Heppner. [Text only] © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 
94998; Josef Weinberger, ltd., London. 4300 

The gentler flame. See I am alone. 

The girl from Missouri, by Robert St. Clair. © 
Sept. 5, 1945, D 94928; T. S. Denison & CO., 
Minneapolis. 4301 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Glimpse divine. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 94999; 
Herbert Lawrence, Somers, N. Y. 4302 

Gold is where you make it. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; D 
94941; Vernon Olson, Chicago. 4303 

Goldilocks meets the Bears; [by] Luella E. Mc- 
Mahon. © Sept. 1, 1944; D 94792; Wetmore de- 
clamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 4304 

The goof from Gopher Gulch; by Charles George. 
© Sept. 5, 1945; D 94930; T. S. Denison & co., 
Minneapolis. 4305 

Gordon's daughter; by H. John Cregar. © 1 c. Sept. 
10, 1945; D 94957; Herman John Krieger, Chi- 
cago. 4306 

Grand hotel. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

4307-4309 

Aug. 11, 1945, Never save your love letters, by 

Charles F. Wilde. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1945; D 

94769. 

Aug. 18, 1945, Three on a match, by Anthony 

Wayne. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 94756. 
Aug. 25, 1945, If I had my way, by Martha Alex- 
ander. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94854. 

Une grande fille toute simple. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1945; D 95103; Andre Roussin, Paris. 4310 

The greatest of these. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; D 
94949; Willard Grant Duckworth, Marbledale, 
Conn. 4311 

The Green Hornet. © Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

4312-4320 
No. 709, The Hornet keeps a date, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94870. 
No. 710, Ladder of fate, by Trendle & Striker. 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94871. 
No. 711, Credit for murder, by Trendle & Beattie. 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94872. 
No. 712, The fall guy, by Trendle & Beattie. © 

1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94873. 
No. 713, The numbers racket, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94874. 
No. 714, The return of Oliver Perry, by Trendle 

& Beattie. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94875. 
No. 715, Frame-up that backfired, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94876. 
No. 716, The imposter, by Trendle & Beattie. © 

1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94877. 
No. 717, Unexpected meeting, by Trendle & 

Beattie. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94878. 

Guilty hands. See The Lone Ranger. 

The Hallmark Charlotte Greenwood show. © Char- 
lotte Greenwood & Martin Broones, Los Angeles. 

4321-4323 
July 15, 1945, by Sylvia Thalberg & Henry Gar- 
son. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; D 95018. 
Aug. 5, 12, 1945, by Sylvia Thalberg, Hy Alex- 
ander & Maurice Zimm. © 1 c. each Aug. 
27, 1945; D 94772, 94773. 

Hamburgers with shoes. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 
94859; Katherine Laure, Philadelphia. 4324 

Happiness ahead. © Aug. 10, 1945; D 95000; Pearl 
Bucklen Bentel, Glenshaw, Pa. 4325 



Haste to the wedding. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1945; D 
94737; Stanley Kauffmann, New York. 4326 

The hat. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 94993; George 
Francis Lowther, Scarsdale, N. Y. 4327 

He rides upon the storm. See Lead, kindly light. 

Henry's hired aunt; by Jean Provence. © Sept. 5, 
1945; D 94931; T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis. 

4328 



His last crime; episode no. 1, Little Louie of ill 
fame, by James E. Jewell. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; 
D 94952; Jewell radio productions, Detroit. 

4329 

Hollywood handout; program no. 3, by G. Ande & 
Jack Swiger. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1945; D 94947; 
George Ande, Oklahoma City. 4330 

Home to mother; by Mary Lawrence [pseud, of Anne 
Coulter Martens] © Sept. 12, 1945; D 95022; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4331 

L'honnete Florentine; [par] Henri Chabrol. © Dec. 
15, 1943; D 94939; Editions Balzac, Paris. 

4332 

The Hornet keeps a date. See The Green Hornet. 

Horse called Silver. See The Lone Ranger. 

The horse next door. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; D 
94759; Irene Enright Gawne, New York. 4333 

Horseshoe murder. See The Lone Ranger. 

Husband for mama. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1945; D 94981; 
Else Toller, Asheville, N. C. 4334 

I am alone; or, The gentler flame. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 
1945; D 94923; Henry George Riegner, Brook- 
lyn. 4335 

If a heart could speak. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 
94905; Arleathia Jane Overton, Philadelphia. 

4336 

If I had my way. See Grand hotel. 

I'll ask my father; [by] Luella E.McMahon. © Sept. 
1, 1944; D 97789; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. 4337 

lis etaient trois. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95106; 
Andre Gaston Leroux, Paris. 4338 

I'm from Missouri. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1945; D 94895; 
Earl Hobson Smith, Harrogate, Tenn. 4339 

The imposter. See The Green Hornet. 

The ingenious adultress. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 
95034; George L. Bauerfeind, Chicago. 4340 

Inspector Hawkes and son. © Frank Hummert & 
Anne Hummert, New York. 4341-4346 

Script nos. 4-6, The case of the unwanted 

flowers. © 1 c. each Dec. 7, 1943; D 94721- 

94723. 



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4379 



Script nos. 7-9, The case of the ghostly voices. 
© 1 c. each Dec. 7, 1943; D 94724-94726. 

International police; Case of the hidden gold, by 
Phillips H. Lord. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 
94865; Phillips H. Lord, inc., New York. 4347 

Das irdische lied; die Goethischen Faust, telle 1, 2, 
nach wissenschaftlichen gesichtspunkten... © 1 
c. Sept. 13, 1945;D 94982; Felix James Alexander, 
New York. 4348 

Is it love. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1945; D 95011; Jules 
Werner, New York. 4349 

It's you she wants. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 94984; 
Maurice Dekobra, Hollywood, Calif. & Barre 
Dunbar, New York. 4350 

Un jardinier du jardin de France; par Paul Fort, 
© Aug. 12, 1945; D 94817; Ernest Flammarion, 
Paris. 4351 

Jeb. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 94750; Robert Ardrey, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 4352 

The jingling guineas. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 
94816; Alice M. Hoben, New York. 4353 

Johnny Appleseed. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 94946; 
Lois Warnshuis, Stats n Island, N. Y. 4354 

Joyce and the sergeant. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; D 
94771; Toimi Enoch Kyllonen, Columbia, Mo. 

4355 

Jubilee Jim; or, Pike's opera house, text & music 
by S. S. Himmell. © 1 c. June 15, 1945;D 76444; 
Samuel S. Himmell, New York. 4356 

Judgment. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94970; Edward 
Leslie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 4357 

Justice must triumph, in the end. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1945; D 94986; Joseph A. Zinman, New York. 

4358 

K C N; by Keith Donaldson [pseud, of W. J. Beugge} 
© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 95003; Walter J.Beugge, 
Philadelphia. 4359 

K-9 justice. See Dr. Christian. 

Kamraterna. See The dish ran away with the spoon. 

Keeping the Christmas glow; books & lyrics by May 
M. Brewster, incidental music by Anne Owen 
[ pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] © Aug. 8, 1945; D 
94787; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 4360 

Kidnapped in a potato sack. See Lorna Loon's fate. 

Kids will be kids; by Camilla Rye [pseud, of Arthur 
LeRoy Kaser] © Sept. 12, 1945; D 95025; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 4361 

The King and the merchant; by Delal Murris [pseud, 
of Delia Morris] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 94912; 
Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 4362 

Kit Carson. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 94944; Lois 
Warnshuis, Staten Island, N. Y. 4363 



Komm zurick. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; D 94754; Nor- 
man Beim, Newark, N. J. 4364 

Ladder of fate. See The Green Hornet. 

Ladies, take a bow; by Don Sheridan [pseud, of Ar- 
thur LeRoy Kaser] © Sept. 12, 1945; D 95024; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4365 

The lady of Spain. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1945; D 95091; 
Eunice A. Sayrahder, Rochester, N. Y. 4366 

A lamb of Bethlehem; by Vivian Koran [pseud, of N. 
V. Cohron] © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; D 94954; 
Norma Vivian Cohron, Atlanta. 4367 

Lane's cafe; by Barry Lane [pseud, of L. Eisler] 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94733; Lawrence Eisler, 
Brooklyn. 4368 

The last mile. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; D 94967; Ed- 
ward Leslie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 4369 

Lead, kindly light; or, He rides upon the storm. © 
1 c. Sept. 13, 1945; D 94992; Iva Broadhurst, New 
York. 4370 

Lease on life; by Gene Kern & Peggy Sheppard. © 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; D 94948; Eugene O. Kern & 
Margaret P. Sheppard, West Los Angeles, Calif. 

4371 

Leave it to love. See Dr. Christian. 

Legend. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94831; Nicholas 
Bela, New York. 4372 

The legend of Khorassan. See Dr. Christian. 

Let's play post office. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1945; D 
94740; Royal Denny, Astoria, N. Y. 4373 

The life and loves of Liza Lumpkin - girl submarine 
builder; book by Bill [i. e. William L.] Florence, 
lyrics by Hal Davis, Bob Falk & Tom Sternfeld, 
music by B. H. Greene. © 1 c. July 23, 1945; D 
76443; Bradford H. Greene, Newtonville, Mass. 

4374 

Life of Christ; or, Light of the world, script by L. 
Stokowski, music by Bach, fifth version. [Text 
only] © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1943; D 94764; Leopold 
Stokowski, Beverly Hills, Calif. 4375 

Light of the world. See Life of Christ. 

The lights of home. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 94761; 
Owen Davis, New York. 4376 

Likely story; book & lyrics by L. Brady, music by 
S. Donate © 1 c. June 27, 1945; D 76445; Leo 
Brady & Spartico Donato, Washington^ D. C. 

4377 

Lincoln takes a wife. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1945;D 94896; 
Earl Hobson Smith, Harrogate, Tenn. 4378 

The lingerie for choochelos; or, The pause for a 
breeding spell, by Terence T. [i. e. Terenthy 
Trofimoff] Stessin. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 
94951; Terenthy Trofimoff Stessin, Boulder, Col. 

4379 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Little Louie of ill fame. See His last crime. 

The Little Minister; dramatized from James M. 
Barrie's story by R. F. Fernand. © Sept. 12, 
1945; D 95029; Roland F. Fernand, Chicago. 

4380 

The living past. © Don W. Lyon, New York. 

4381-4385 
Aguinaldo. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; D 94845. 
The banishment of Roger Williams. © 1 c. July 

31, 1945; D 94843. 
Perry. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; D 94844. 
Seward's folly. © 1 c. July 31, 1945; D 94842. 
Stanley-Livingston. © 1 c, July 31, 1945; D 
94841. 

The Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4386-4401 

No. 1930-1156, Horse called Silver, by Trendle 
& Striker. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94879. 

No. 1931-1157, Dobie deadline, by Trendle & 
Stevensons. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94880. 

No. 1932-1158, Pelican Peak, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94881. 

No. 1933-1159, Blessed are the meek, by Trendle 
& Beattie. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94882. 

No. 1934-1160, Blood on the land, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94883. 

No. 1935-1161, Framed out of trouble, by Trendle 
& Striker. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94884. 

No. 1936-1162, Brad comes home, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94885. 

No. 1937-1163, Trading post, by Trendle & Stri- 
ker. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94886. 

No. 1938-1164, Army mules, by Trendle & Stri- 
ker. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94887. 

No. 1939-1165, Horseshoe murder, by Trendle & 
Green. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94888. 

No. 1940-1166, Mad Murdock, by Trendle & 
Striker. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94889. 

No. 1941-1167, Faithless three, by Trendle & 
Striker. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94890. 

No. 1942-1168, Pestilence and silver, by Trendle 
& Green. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94891. 

No. 1943-1169, Two for Fuzzy, by Trendle & 
Striker. ©If. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94892. 

No. 1944-1170, Guilty hands, by Trendle & Stri- 
ker. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94893. 

No. 1945-1171, Ambush, by Trendle & Boulette. 
© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 94894. 

The lonely heart. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1945; D 94738; 
Isaac Don Levine, Norwalk, Conn. 4402 

Lorna Loon's fate; or, Kidnapped in a potato sack, 
by Don Sheridan [pseud, of Arthur LeRoy Kaser] 
© Sept. 12, 1945; D 95026; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 4403 

Love attack. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; D 94956; Mi- 
chael S. Visaroff, Hollywood, Calif. 4404 

Love laughs at locks. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; D 
94924; Louis K. Anspacher, Purchase, N. Y. 

4405 

Love on a bet. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1945; D 95033; 
Leonard Keller, Chicago. 4406 

Ma stretches a point; [by] Leota Hulse Black. © 
Sept. 1, 1944; D 94793; Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la. 4407 



Mack Donald's dream. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 
94744; Milton Hood Ward, New York. 4408 

Mad Murdock. See Lone Ranger. 

Mademoiselle s'amuse; [par] Victor Vekeman. © 
Sept. 1, 1945; D 94837; Federation of Cercles 
Lacordaire & Ste. Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall River, 
Mass. 4409 

The Maharaja and the merchant; by Delal Murris 
[pseud, of Delia Morris] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 
94916; Delia Morris, Los Angeles, 4410 

Maid in the mist. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; D 94966; 
Edward Leslie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 4411 

Maidens for harems; by Delal Murris [pseud, of 
Delia Morris] © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94918; 
Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 4412 

La main a la pate; de Paul Armont [pseud, of D. 
Petrocochino] et Alex Madis [pseud, of A. Mav- 
roudis] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95096; Dimitry 
Petrocochino & Alex Mavroudis, Paris. 4413 



The man who came to 
Archer. 



dinner. See Meet Corliss 



Manon Lescaut. See Marie Stuart. 

Marie Stuart; suivie de Manon Lescaut, d'apres le 
roman de l'Abbe Prevost [par] Marcelle Mau- 
rette [pseud, of Mme. Becdelievre d'lndy] © 
Nov. 28, 1941; D 94938; Albin Michel, Paris. 

4414 

Martha Washington. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 94942; 
Lois Warnshuis, Staten Island, N. Y. 4415 

Matching Eve. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 94805; 
Annie Laurie Seeling, New York. 4416 

Mayor Tom; or, City on a hill, by Goldie Blank. © 
1 c. Sept. 14, 1945; D 95012; Goldie Lefkowitz, 
Cleveland Heights, O. 4417 

Meet Corliss Archer. © Frederick Hugh Herbert, 
Los Angeles. 4418-4420 

Episode 80, The man who came to dinner, Aug. 

2, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; D 94774. 
Episode 81, Corliss proves a point, Aug. 9, 1945. 

© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; D 94775. 
Episode 82, Corliss looks to the future, Aug. 16, 

1945; © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; D 94776. 

Mesa verde. © July 2, 1945; A 189622; Christopher 
La Farge, New York. 4421 

The mill pond. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; D 94758; Ru- 
dolf Kafka, Oberlin, O. 4422 

Miracle in the park; book by Fred Schiller [pseud, 
of Fred Schuller], lyrics by Ned Washington, 
music by Victor Young. [Text only] © 1 c. Sept. 
10, 1945; D 94950; Fred Schuller, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4423 

Moonshiners Creek. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1945; D 94934; 
Thurston Earl Holmes, Los Angeles. 4424 

Mothers of destiny. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 94730; 
Mary K. Bohmont, Wheatland, Wy. 4425 



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4468 



Music hath charms; [by] Leota Hulse Black. © 
Sept. 1, 1944; D 94791; Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la. 4426 

Musical wordo quiz. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 94781; 
Maury Ascher, Brooklyn. 4427 

Mystery at the old fort; by Rosemary Gabbert Musil. 
© Dec. 30, 1944; D 94819; Children's theatre 
press, Anchorage, Ky. 4428 

The navy forever. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 95006; 
Meyer Harold Gottesman, Brooklyn. 4429 

N'emportez rien. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95098; 
Pierre Varenne, Paris. 4430 

Never save your love letters. See Grand hotel. 

New Alice in Wonderland. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 
94783; Marcel Anspach, New York. 4431 

The new dog. © 1 c. Sept, 12, 1945; D 94990; Cor- 
nelia Otis Skinner, New York. 4432 

The numbers racket. See The Green Hornet. 

The oath. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 94810; Anacleto 
Rubega, Union City, N. J. 4433 

Ointment trouble. © 1 c. Sept, 7, 1945; D 94919; 
Milton Hood Ward, New York. 4434 

Olde Front street. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1945; D 95002; 
Beatrice Kroll, New York. 4435 

On heaven's doorstep; pt 14. © Aug. 21, 1945; D 
94860; Carl A. Barrett, Chicago. 4436 

On the nose. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; D 94937; Eugene 
Farias Costa, Attleboro, Mass. 4437 

Open house at Muldoon's. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 
94988; Irving Forbes, New York. 4438 

The opportunity auction block of the air; audition 
script. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; D 94826; James G. 
Law, Hollywood, Calif. 4439 

The oriental merchant; by Delal Murris [pseud, of 
Delia Morris] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 94915; 
Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 4440 

Pardon my gun. © 1 c. Sept 12, 1945; D 94962; 
Philip Dunning, Westport, Conn. 4441 

Pardon my oomph. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; D 94920; 
Terrie Mill Rossen, Los Angeles. 4442 

The patient spinner. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1945;D 94809; 
Nicholas Biel Jacobson, New York. 4443 

Patrick Henry. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945;D 94945;Lois 
Warnshuis, Staten Island, N. Y. 4444 

The pause for a breeding spell. See The lingerie 
for choochelos. 

Pelican Peak. See The Lone Ranger. 

Perry. See The living past. 



Perry studios. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1945;D 95001; Bar- 
bara Mae Perry, Hollywood, Calif. 4445 

Pestilence and silver. See The Lone Ranger. 

Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater; by Martha B. King. 
© Aug. 1, 1945; D 94820; Children's theatre 
press, Anchorage, Ky. 4446 

Le peur des miracles. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95094; Gabriel Arout, Paris. 4447 

The Philippine sun-goddess and sun-god, Apo-ni-bo- 
li-na-yen and Ini-init; by Hal Stacey [pseud, of 
H. S. Hulbert] © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; D 94904; 
Harold Stacey Hulbert, Aurora, 111. 4448 

Pike's opera house. See Jubilee Jim. 

The porphory bird. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 94795; 
Roland B. Wolf, Wave Crest, L. I., N. Y. 4449 

Possession. © 1 c. Sept 2, 1945; D 94829; Mark 
S. Reardon, 3d, Brooklyn. 4450 

The Prince and the merchant; by Delal Murris 
[pseud, of Delia Morris] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 
94917; Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 4451 

The Princess with the hundred dolls; by Rilla Car- 
lisle [pseud, of Anne Coulter Martens] © Sept. 
12, 1945; D 95028; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

4452 

Radio football. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 94785; Al- 
fred M. Jeffery, Snyder, N. Y. 4453 

Report to the nation; July 1, 8, 15, 22, Aug. 12, 19, 
1945 [by Bill Slocum, jr. & Margaret Miller] © 
July 26, Aug. 1, 7, 9, 19, 22, 1945; D 94798- 
94803; Columbus broadcasting system, inc., New 
York. 4454-4459 

The return of Nick Carter; by Alfred Bester. © 

Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

4460-4464 

Aug. 12, 1945, The case of the sick statue. © 1 
c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 94751. 

Aug. 19, 1945, The case of the bleeding bobolink. 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; D 94752. 

Aug. 26, 1945, The case of the vanishing post- 
man. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94852. 

Sept. 2, 1945, The factory of death. © 1 c. Sept. 
12, 1945; D 95016. 

Sept 9, 1945, The case of the talking tree. © 1 
c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 95017. 

The return of Oliver Perry. See The Green Hornet 

Richelieu. © 1 c. Aug. 2,9, 1945; D 95105; Jean- 
Jacques Bernard, Paris. 4465 

The river of miracles. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; D 
94822; Jeanne Batten, New York. 4466 

Rizal. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1945; D 94823; Ida Trachten- 
berg, Ashley, Pa. 4467 

Rizal of the Philippines; enlarged version. Revised. 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94927; Iva Broadhurst, 
New York. 4468 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Roam, Gypsies, roam; book by E. Tocco, lyrics by 
E. Tocco & Jack Napper, music & arrangement 
by H. D'Alleva. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 76441; 
Elizabeth Tocco & Helen D Alleva, Detroit. 

4469 

The rocking chair. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1945; D 94968; 
Edward Leslie Ross, St. Marys, Pa. 4470 

Le Roi Christine; suivie de La servante [par] Mar- 
celle Maurette [pseud, of Mme. Becdelievre 
d'lndy] © Apr. 5, 1945; D 94959; Albin Michel, 
Paris. 4471 

Di roite Yiddelech; by A. Almi [pseud, of E. Sheps. 
Yiddish text] © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94731; 
Elias Sheps, New York. 4472 

A room for the Prince; by Rilla Carlisle [pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens] © Sept. 12, 1945; D 
95027; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4473 

Rose manor. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 95036; Anne 
Marie Jungmann, New York. 4474 

The run of the house. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94745; 
Josephine Rupp Grimmett, Upper Darby, Pa. 

4475 

Les salauds. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95102; Jean 
Guitton, Paris. 4476 

Sam Houston. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 94943; Lois 
Warnshuis, Staten Island, N. Y. 4477 

La servante. See Le Roi Christine. 

Seward's folly. See The living past. 

The Shadow; Sept. 9, 1945, The Shadow in danger, 
by Stedman Coles. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 
95015; Street & Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 4478 

The Shadow in danger. See The Shadow. 

The shape of man; by Edward Eager & A. C.Drake. 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 94765; Alfred Capurro 
Drake, New York. 4479 

She must have a dot. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1945; D 
95008; Rolland H. Jones, Akron, O. 4480 

The Sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4481, 4482 
Episode no. 48, Aug. 3, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 

1945; D 94727. 
Episode no. 51, Aug. 24, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1945; D 94850. 

The silver lining; script no. 1. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1945; D94755; Bozell & Jacobs, Omaha. 4483 

Sinners. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94813; Richard 
Reich, New York. 4484 

The son of the morning. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 
94830; Harold J. Berney, Washington, D. C. 4485 

Le songe d'une nuit d'ete; [par] Shakespeare, texte 
francais par George Neveux. © June 2, 1945; D 
94960; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 4486 



Spiral bound. © 1 c. July 30, 1945; D 94863; Elihu 
Robinson, Newark, N. J. 4487 

Stanley-Livingston. See The living past. 

Star boarders. © Aug. 9, 1945; D 94958; Edmund 
A. Braun, Hollywood, Calif. 4488 

Starlit strip. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1945; D 94983; Bar- 
nett M. Warren, New York. 4489 

La Stella dolorosa; by Sam [i. e. Saverio] Mendicino. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1945;D 94747; Saverio Mendicino, 
Vandergrift, Pa. 4490 

Step into my shoes. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; D 94907; 
Mary Cohan Ronkin, Forest Hills, L. I„, N. Y. 

4491 

The story of Juliette Drouet. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; 
D 94739; Lou Giwin, North Hollywood, Calif. 

4492 

The story of Tubby the tuba. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; 
D 94964; Paul Tripp & George Kleinsinger, New 
York. 4493 

Strength through joy; by John Cunningham [pseud, 
of E. A. Gardner] © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945;D 94991; 
Edward Arvid Gardner, Los Angeles. 4494 

Such stuff as dreams; by Icabod Glenaan. © 1 c. 
Sept. 4, 1945; D 94858; Charles Alfred Parr, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4495 

Teen topics time; © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 94808; A. 
L. Capen & M. J. Chicoine, Washington, D. C. 

4496 

The telephone call; text by Dorothy Parker, music 
by W. M. Schmedemann, choreography by Catha- 
rine Millar [i. e. C. M. McCurdey] © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1945; D 76448; Catharine Millar McCurdey, 
New York. 4497 

The Thanksgiving festival book; by Helen Ramsey. 
© Sept. 5, 1945; AA 492213; T. S. Denison & co., 
Minneapolis. 4498 

Theatre; [par] Marcel Achard. © April 5, 1942; D 
95014; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 4499 

Theatre complet 10; [par] H. R. Lenormand. © June 
15, 1942; D 94997; Albin Michel, Paris. 4500 

Theatre 4; [par] Armand Salacrou. © Mar. 15, 
1945; D 94961; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 

4501 

There'll come a day. See Vincent Parson. 

There's a train to New York. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; 
D 94735; Lawrence Riley, New York. 4502 

They'll call it peace; by Henry A. Johnson, jr. © 1 
c. Sept. 9, 1945; D 94935; Helen Lucille Johnsen, 
Brooklyn. 4503 

Thin ice. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94815; Carol 
Warner Gluck, New York. 4504 

Three on a match. See Grand hotel. 



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4545 



The three-quarter look. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 
94782; Helen J. Hart, New York. 4505 

The tiger's back. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 94994; 
Edna Edison, New York. 4506 

Tin Pan Alley of the air; by Bob Carman & Judith 
Tom. © Timothy T. Morrow, Chicago. 

4507-4509 
Aug. 25, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94742. 
Sept. 1, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94832. 
Sept. 8, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1945; D 94955. 

To my heir forever. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94814; 
Richard Reich, New York. 4510 

To see or not to see. © May 15, 1945; D 94818; 
Grace Good Reed, Hollywood, Calif. 4511 

Tokyo Rose. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1945; D 94853; Tom 
Terriss, New York. 4512 

Tomorrow I begin. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; D 94903; 
Louis Sack, New York. 4513 

Too much money; by Lillyn Brown & Billy Demont. 
© 1 c. July 14, 1945; D 94847; Lillyn Brown 
Evans, New York. 4514 

Trading post. See The Lone Ranger. 

The twin brothers. © Aug. 31, 1945; AA 491944; 
William James Farr, Washington, D. C. 4515 

Two for Fuzzy. See The Lone Ranger. 

The two gardeners. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; D 94921; 
Erwin E. Harder, Chicago. 4516 

The understanding heart. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
94786; Robert F. Adkins, Raleigh, N. C. 4517 

Unexpected meeting. See The Green Hornet. 

An unlucky gambler. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

The unpardonable crime. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1945; D 
94757; Aaron N. Maloff & Saul Maloff, New York. 

4518 

Until such time. % © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 94779; 
Albert Carriere, Carlisle, Pa. 4519 

Untimely harvest. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 94734; 
Charles M. Kerns & Soil Goodman, Camp Lee, 
Va. 4520 

La veuve Papavoine; [par] Victor Vekeman. © 
Sept. 1, 1945; D 94836; Federation of Cercles 
Lacordaire & Ste. Jeanne d' Arc, inc., Fall River, 
Mass. 4521 

Vincent Parson; or, There'll come a day. © 1 c. 
July 22, 1945; D 94824; Vincent Consolo, Chi- 
cago. 4522 

The visitor; by K. White, based on the novel of the 
same name by Carl Randau & Leane Zugsmith. 
© Sept. 12, 1945; D 95030; Kenneth White, New 
York. 4523 



War mates; from a story of the same name by Jay 
Cobsen [pseud, of B. Jacobsen] © 1 c. Sept. 10, 
1945; D 94936; Benjamin Jacobsrfh, Belmar,N. J. 

r ° 4524 

Ward twenty. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1945; D 94977; James 
Warner Bellah, Arlington, Va. 4525 

Water's edge. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 94804; 
Julius Berinstein, Chicago. 4526 

We Americans; audition script, by Noel B. Gerson. 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94909; Grew associates, 
inc., New York. 4527 

We'll always be the same. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1945; D 
93760; John Lamarr, New York. 4528 

Welsh doll. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1945; D 94856; Violet 
Sarah Mann, Belvedere, Calif. 4529 

Whaddya' know. © Jill Jackson, New Orleans. 

4530-4535 
Nos. 2, 3, Aug. 11, 18, 1945. © 1 c. each Aug. 

27, 1945; D 94777, 94778. 
No. 4, Aug. 25, 1945. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 

94807. 
No. 5, Sept. 1, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 

94857. 
No. 6, Sept. 8, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; D 

94974. 
No. 7, Sept. 15, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1945; D 

95032. 

What's your beef; or, The ail-American gripe. © 
1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; D 94975; Morton Krouse, 
New York. 4536 

The wheels fold under. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1945; . D 
94980; Mollie Rothbard, New York. 4537 

^Where's my baby; by Robert St. Clair. © Sept. 5, 

s 1945; D 94929; T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis. 

\ 4538 

White canes. © 1 c. July 25, 1945; D 94796; Bertha 
May Brown, San Francisco. 4539 

Who done it. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1945; D 94741; Floyd 
Leland Wombold, Barberton, O. 4540 

Who reapeth renown. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1945; D 
94812; Samuel Olchin, New York. 4541 

Wicked heaven; text by D. Wear, H. Grode & J. 
Scholl, lyrics by J. Scholl, music by H. Grode. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1945; D 76449; Howard Grode, 
Jack Scholl & David Wear, Hollywood, Calif. 

4542 



The Wizier and the merchant; by Delal Murris 
[pseud, of Delia Morris] © 1 c. June 8, 1945; D 
94911; Delia Morris, Los Angeles. 4543 

The woods are full; by M. E. Jones & Lawrence 
Robinson. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1945; D 94833; Marc 
Edmund Jones, New York. 4544 

Words of wisdom. © 1 c. July 14, 1945; D 94825; 
Milton R. Loewenthal, New York. 4545 



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4546 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



The world without a Christmas. © July 20, 1945; D 
94861; Julia Florence Booker, Lakeland, Fla. 

4546 



The world's Christmas tree; [by] Glanna Spencer. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; D 94794; Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la. 4547 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,913 unpublished) 3,257 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 63 unpublished) 90 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 52 unpublished) 62 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 unpublished) 2 

Total - 3,411 



134 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Adventures of Rusty. © Aug. 24, 1945; L 13458; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

4548 

Anchors aweigh; suggested by a play by Nathalie 
Marcin. © July 9, 1945; L 13444; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 4549 

Black Arrow. © Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4550, 4551 
Chap. no. 14, An Indian's revenge. © Jan. 19, 

1945; L 13443. 
Chap. no. 15, The Black Arrow triumphs. © Jan. 

26, 1945; L 13452. 

The Black Arrow triumphs. See Black Arrow. 

City of paradox. © Nov. 17, 1944; M 16231; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 4552 

Clementi jive. © Aug. 20, 1945; M 16227; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4553 

Do you remember. © June 22, 1945; M 16232; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4554 

Don't squeeza da banana. © Aug. 20, 1945; M 16222; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4555 

Empire state. © July 27, 1945; M 16230; Twentieth 
century -Fox film corp., New York. 4556 

For our vines have tender grapes. See Our vines 
have tender grapes. 

Guest wife. © July 27, 1945; L 13446; Greentree 
productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4557 

Gypsy life. See Mighty Mouse in Gypsy life. 

The hidden eye; from a story by George Harmon 
Coxe, based on the characters created by Bav- 
nard Kendrick. © July 11, 1945; L 13445; Loew s, 
inc., New York. 4558 



Hoops my dear. © Sept. 3, 1945; M 16260; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4559 

In the gloaming. © Aug. 20, 1945; M 16223; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4560 



Incendiary blonde. © June 1, 1945; L 13459; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 4561 

An Indian's revenge. See Black Arrow. 



It's a great day for the Irish. © Sept. 3, 1945; M 
16261; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4562 

Just a-sittin' and a-rockin'. © Aug. 20, 1945; M 
16229; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4563 

Lady on a train. © Aug. 27, 1945; L 13456; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 4564 

Land of 10,000 lakes. © Mar. 30, 1945; M 16233; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4565 

The lathe. See Machine shop work, basic machines. 

Low gravy. © Sept. 3, 1945; M 16259; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4566 

Machine shop work, basic machines. © Loucks & 
Norling studios, New York. 4567, 4568 

The lathe. © June 1, 1945; M 16266. 
The shaper. © June 1, 1945; M 16265. 

Mighty Mouse and the Kilkenny cats. © Apr. 27, 
1945; L 13454; Terrytoons, inc., New RocheUe, 
N. Y. 4569 

Mighty Mouse and the Wolf. © July 20, 1945; L 
13448; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

4570 

Mighty Mouse in Gypsy life. © Aug. 3, 1945; L 
13447; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

4571 

Mighty Mouse in Raiding the raiders. © Mar. 9, 
1945; L 13453; Terrytoons, inc., New RocheUe, 
N. Y. 4572 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 95-100. © July 27, 31, 
Aug. 3, 7, 10, 14, 1945; M 16218-16221, 16235, 
16236; Movietonews, inc., New York. 4573-4578 

News of the day. © Hearst metrotone news, inc., 

/New York. 4579-4600 

v. 16, nos. 277-296. © June 6, 7, 13, 15, 20, 22, 

27, 29, July 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27, Aug. 

1, 3, 8, 10, 1945; M 16237-16256. 

v. 16, nos. 297, 298. © Aug. 15, 1945; M 16276, 

16277. 



No time to lose. © Jan. 2, 1945; M 16217; AEtna 
life insurance co., Hartford. 4601 

Nob hill; from a story by Eleanore Griffin. © June 
13, 1945; L 13449; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 4602 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Our vines have tender grapes; based on the book, 
For our vines have tender grapes, by George 
Victor Martin. © Sept. 1, 1945; L 13461; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4603 

Paramount news; nos. 96-104. © Aug. 1, 4, 8, 11, 
15, 18, 22, 25, 29, 1945; M 16267-16275; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 4604-4612 

Popular science; J 4-6. © Aug. 10, 1945; M 16234; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 4613 

Pride of the marines; from a book by Roger Butter- 
field. © Sept. 1, 1945; L 13451; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 4614 



Raiding the raiders, 
the raiders. 



See Mighty Mouse in Raiding 



Rio de Janeiro. © Sept.- 3, 1945; M 16258; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4615 

Rumba matumba. © Aug. 20, 1945; M 16224; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4616 

Saturday night in our home town. © Aug. 20, 1945; 
M 16228; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4617 

Sergeant Mike. © Nov. 9, 1944; L 13457; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4618 



The shaper. 
chines. 



See Machine shop work, basic ma- 



Sleep Kentucky babe. © Sept. 3, 1945; M 16264; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4619 

Stella polka. © Aug. 20, 1945; M 16225; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4620 

Surprise party. © Sept. 3, 1945; M 16263; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4621 

Sweet potato polka. © Sept. 3, 1945; M 16257; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4622 

Swing shift Cinderella. © Aug. 7, 1945; L 13460; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 4623 

Take it. © Aug. 20, 1945; M 16226; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4624 

Texas home. © Sept. 3, 1945; M 16262; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4625 

Within these walls; from a story by Coles Trapnel 
& James B. Fisher. © June 27, 1945; L 13450; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4626 

The woman in green; based on the characters cre- 
ated by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. © July 27, 1945; 
L 13455; Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

4627 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 459 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 757 

Total - -r 1,216 



136 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4627 



The adopted son; adapted from the story by Max 

Brand. © Loew's, Inc., New York. R 139948, 

# May 25, 1945. 1 

Alias Mrs. Jessop; adapted from Blair Hall's story. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 139957, May 25, 
1945. 2 

An American widow; from the play by Kellett Cham- 
bers. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139959, 
May 25, 1945. 3 

As others see us. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139954, May 25, 1945. 4 

A close resemblance. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 139953, May 25, 1945. 5 

Daybreak; adapted from the play of Jane Cowl & 
Jane Murfin. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139962, May 25, 1945. 6 

The dentist. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139947, 
May 25, 1945. 7 

A dog's life. © Charles Chaplin, Hollywood, Calif. 
R 139847, May 18, 1945. 8 

His deadly calm. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139951, May 25, 1945. 9 



His double life. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 

139945, May 25, 1945. 10 

Hist! Spies. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 139950, 
May 25, 1945. 11 

The joy of freedom. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139944, May 25, 1945. 12 

The rebellion of Mr. Minor. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 139952, May 25, 1945. 13 

Shadowing Henry. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
139961, May 25, 1945. 14 

The spirit of merry Christmas. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 139958, May 25, 1945. 15 

The spreading dawn. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 

139946, May 25, 1945. 16 

Too much Henry. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 

139955, May 25, 1945. 17 

Twelve good hens and true; adapted from the story 
by Roland A. PhUlips. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 139949, May 25, 1945. 18 

The unmarried look. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
' 139960, May 25, 1945. 19 

Wages no object. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 

139956, May 25, 1945. 20 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
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MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

No. 10 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico- musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, * Class D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "© ' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
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The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1945, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

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Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

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Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1936, to December 31, 1939, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1945. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



A souffert sous Ponce Pilate. © Dec. 31, 1939; D 
95122; Paul Raynal, Paris. 4628 

Accidental angel; by J. Kesselring. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 
1945; D 95464; Joseph Kesselring & Charlotte E. 
Kesselring, New York. 4629 

The adventures of Aladdin; Sept. 18, 1945. © 1 c. 
Oct. 11, 1945; D 95467; Harry H. Hoessly, Co- 
lumbus, O. 4630 

Adventures of Midge and Mudge; based on the story 
of The gallant tailor, by the brothers Grimm. © 
Virginia Harden, New York. 4631, 4632 

1, Seven at one blow. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1945; D 
95378. 

2, Midge meets Mudge. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1945; D 
95379. 

Agency; by Antoine Joseph. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1945; 
D 95224; Charles L. De Bernard, New York. 

4633 

Airplane vs. automobile. See I'm right, you're 
wrong. 

Alle Juden raus, gehenna; napisajfjohn Cherkass 
[pseud, of L. Krzemienski] © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1945; 
D 95394; Lucian Krzemienski, New York. 4634 

All's well that ends -better; a condensation of Rich- 
ard Brinsley Sheridan's famous comedy, The 
rivals, by E. Woodruff -Montague. © May 27, 
1944; A 189534; Edna Woodruff- Montague, Los 
Angeles. 4635 

Among the stars. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1945; D 95502; 
Marie Clark Miller, Glendale, Calif. 4636 



Andromaque Britannicus; [de] Jean Racine, presen- 
ted par Henri Gheon. © Dec. 30, 1942; A for. 
50505; Editions I. A. C, Lyon, France. 4637 

Un ange passe; de Pierre Brasseur [pseud, of P. 
Espinasse] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95065; 
Pierre Espinasse, Paris. 4638 

Les anges du pic he. See Le film de Bethanie. 

Angry dust. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95436; Leo Rich- 
ard Cipes, New York. 4639 

The animal fair; by A. F. Katzentine. © A. Frank 
Katzentine, d. b. a. Radio station WKAT, Miami 
Beach, Fla. 4640-4642 

Sept. 29, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1945; D 9537fc. 
Oct. 6, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1945; D 95487. 
Oct. 13, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 95543. 

Around the Maypole. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1945; D 95454; 
Elwood Stogo, Philadelphia. 4643 



At the sign of the skull. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1945; D 
95363; John Murray Wllkoff, Pittsburgh. 4644 

Atomic child. [Yiddish text] © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; 
D 95179; Moses A. Lehman, New York. 4645 

Au petit bonheur. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95063; 
Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon, Paris. 4646 

Bachelor bride; by Stephen J. Gllman. © Sept. 18, 
1945; D 95312; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4647 

Back-lash; by Patricia Carruthers-Barry [pseud, 
of P. M. De Rlvas] © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 
95173; Patricia Martinez De Rlvas, New York. 

4648 

Balkan serenade. © lc. Sept. 21, 1945; D 95172; 
John Montague, Brookllne, Mass. 4649 

The bartered bride; English version after trans- 
lation by Rosa Newmarch, text by K. Sablna, 
English libretto by Joan Cross & Eric Crozler, 
music by Bedrlch Smetana. [Text only] © Sept. 
29, 1945; D 95553; Boosey & Hawkes, ltd., 
London. 4650 

The beast of the bayou. See House of mystery. 

Un bebe au penslonnat. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95058; Jean Gultton, Paris. 4651 

Behind the clouds; by Mary Lawrence [pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 
95208; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4652 

Behold-the moon. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 95176; 
Irwin Shappln, Los Angeles. 4653 

Believe It or not; by Glenn Hughes. © Sept. 17, 
1945; D 95315; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4654 

Belinda Biddy beckons you. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1945; 
D 95565; Llbby Taylor, Washington, D. C. 4655 

Big BuU and the Denver DoU; series no. 2. © 1 c. 
Sept. 18, 1945; D 95133; Ira James Patrick Sars- 
fleld O'MaUey, Hawthorne, Calif. 4656 

Big shot - masculine. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 
95171; Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 4657 

Birds of a feather. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1945; D 95336; 
Jay Ingram & Jule Styne, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

4658 

Black Christmas; by Bob [i. e. R. S.] McKnlght. © 
1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; D 95549; Robert Stuart Mc- 
Knlght, Homer, N. Y. 4659 



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Black magic. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 95134; Ken- 
neth Webb, New York. 4660 

Blind man's folly. See The Shadow. 

Blue Madonna; text & music by D. S. Foster. © lc. 
Oct. 6, 1945; D 76455; Del Stanley Foster, San 
Francisco. 4661 

Le bolero; de Michel Duran [pseud, of M. Mourguet] 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95116; Michel Mourguet, 
Paris. 4662 

Bors. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1945; D 95287; Joseph Roger 
Van Dyne, Pine Camp, N. J. 4663 

Le bouquet blanc. See Pierrette. 

The bridge; by S. Burnshaw, with an introduction by 
John Gassner. © June 4, 1945; D 95491; Stanley 
Burnshaw, New York. 4664 

Build-up to passion. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1945; D 95374; 
Arthur K. Stern, Philadelphia. 4665 

By appointment only; or, Tell me everything. © lc. 
Sept. 12, 1945; D 95264; Bene Russell, New York 
& Philip Dunning, Westport, Conn. 4666 

Caddie Woodlawn. © Sept. 25, 1945; D 95266; Carol 
Ryrie Brink, St. Paul. 4667 

Call me Mara; by B. S. Taub & N. J. Mulbern. © 
1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 95372; Belle S. Taub, Hart- 
ford. 4668 

Camp meeting. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 95214; 
Freeland F. Penney, Washington, D. C. 4669 

Can't face the music. See Grand hotel. 

The captain returns. See 1952. 

Careers. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 95174; Ruth 
Fitzgtbbon, New York. 4670 

La carnaval des sexes; de Jean Philippe [pseud, of 
J. Vincent] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95097; Jean 
Vincent, Paris. 4671 

Un cas singulier. © 1 C Aug. 29, 1945; D 95070; 
Jean Pierre Feydeau, Paris. 4672 

Case of Harry Red Bever. See Gang busters. 

Case of John K. Giles. See Gang busters. 

Case of Merten-Higgins. See Gang busters. 

A case of springtime; by Lee Sherman [pseud, of 
Christopher Sergei] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 95199; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4673 

The case of the emerald cross. See Crime on 
your hands. 

Case of the ham actor. See David Harding - coun- 
terspy. 

Case of the new bomb. See David Harding - coun- 
terspy. 



The case of the queen's eyebrows. See The return 
of Nick Carter. 

Case of the spurious spiritualist. See David Hard- 
ing - counterspy. 

Case of the veterans' nylons. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of the woman painter. See David Harding - 
counterspy. 

Case of William Harlan Crane. See Gang busters. 

Cash and Carrie. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1945; D 95498; 
Carl Frederic Julin, Larchmont, N. Y. 4674 

La Celestine; de Fernando de Rojas, adaptation de 
P. Achard. © June 20, 1942; D 95318; Paul 
Achard, Poissy, France. 4675 

The champ. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95428; Robert 
L. Schain, Brooklyn. 4676 

A Chanukah dream, .©lc. Sept. 19, 1945; D 95151; 
Eva Strous, Washington, D. C. 4677 

The Chase and Sanborn program. © Edgar John 
Bergen, Hollywood, Calif. 4678-4681 

Sept. 2, 9, 16, 1945. ©lc. each Sept. 24, 1945; 

D 95259-95261. 
Sept. 23, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; D 95370. 

La chevauchee sans fin. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95061; Raymond Caillava, Paris. 4682 

Children. See The congressman's kids. 

Children of sin; or, Doctor Finnestaire's obsession, 
by Allen Wainford-Ash [pseud, of H. R. A. Don- 
nelly] © 1 C Mar. 11, 1945; D 95395; Hugh 
Robert Allen Donnelly, Christchurch, New 
Zealand. 4683 

Chords and discords; by J. R. Clemens. © Sept. 18, 
1945- D 95314; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4684 

Chosen instrument. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 
95180; Morris L. Kaufman, New York. 4685 

Christmas at the Snoggleses; by W. N. Bugbee. © 
Oct. 1, 1945; D 95482; Willis N. Bugbee co., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 4686 

Christmas for CindereUa; by Lindsey Barbee. © 
Sept. 24, 1945; D 95308; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 4687 

Cinderella's holiday. © 1 c Oct. 2, 1945; D 95421; 
Frederick A. Russell, Cincinnati. 4688 

The city below. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; D 95558; 
Winifred Wolfe, New York. 4689 

The city slicker and our Nell; by Leland Price. © 
Sept. 24, 1945; D 95304; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 4690 

Clementine; text and music by N. E. Langham. © 
1 c. Sept. 19, 1945; D 76453; Norma Eleanor 
Langham, Altadena, Calif. 4691 



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4736 



The clown of God; from the story of the same name 
by Katharine Gibson, adapted by G. Valentine. 
© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1945; D 95239; Gwendolyn Valen- 
tine, Babylon, L. I., N. Y. 4692 

College playhouse. See Young America's theatre 
of the air. 

Columbus, why did you. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1945; D 
95136; Mary Hoyt Wiborg, New York. 4693 

Comedians; or, Laugh clown, based on Leoncavallo's 
opera, Pagliacci. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; E 95236; 
Herbert Graf, Bedford, N. Y. 4694 

Comin' home; or, Julie. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 
95177; Henry George Riegner, Brooklyn. 4695 

Coming of the Huguenots. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1945; D 
95334; Mrs. William Palmer Jervey, Fine Creek 
MUls, Va. 4696 

Comment on tue les femmes. See La reine morte. 

Congressional baby. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1945; D 95342; 
Eileen Tighe, Tarrytown, N. Y. 4697 

The congressman's kids; or, Children, by Alberta 
Ames [pseud, of E. A. M. Jones] © 1 c.Sept. 18, 
1945; D 95283; Eva Alberta Martha Jones, Salem, 
Mass. 4698 

Les contes de mon chapeau; [par] Picq. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A for. 50079; Editions A. Marechal, Paris. 

4699 

Corliss cracks a vase. See Meet Corliss Archer. 

La corrida. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95062; Leon 
Ruth, Paris. 4700 

The Cotton widow. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 95137; 
Anzonetta Collison Atherton, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 4701 

Countess Magda. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95456; 
Harold R. English, New York. 4702 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

4703-4706 
No. 265, Sept. 16, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1945; 

D 95195. 
No. 266, Sept. 23, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1945; 

D 95269. 
No. 267, Sept. 30, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1945; D 

95382. 
No. 268, Oct. 7, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1945; D 

95503. 

Crime on your hands; series no. 1. The case of the 
emerald cross. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 95073; 
Esta M. Barr, Boston. 4707 

Crossroad; by Esther M. Hawley. © Oct. 10, 1945; 
D 95554; American theatre wing war service, 
inc., New York. 4708 

La cruz de mayo. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1945; D 95500; 
Antonio De La Puente, New York. 4709 

Daphne. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 95135; Richard 
Edward Messer, Van Nuys, Calif. 4710 



Dark colors. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95429; Irving 
Schwartz, Brooklyn. 4711 

David Harding - counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. 

© Lord, inc., New York. 4712-4716 

Program no. 166, Case of the new bomb. © 1 c. 
Oct. 9, 1945; D 95431. 

Program no. 167, Case of the ham actor. © 1 c. 
Oct. 9, 1945; D 95432. 

Program no. 169, Case of the woman painter. 
© 1 C Oct. 9, 1945; D 95433. 

Program no. 170, Case of the spurious spiritu- 
alist. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95434. 

Program no. 172, Case of the veterans' nylons." 
© 1 c. Oct. 15, 1945; D 95506. 

Dead letter office; no. 1, Warrior's return. © 1 c. 
Sept. 21, 1945; D 95170; Walter Aurell, New 
York. 4717 

Dear professor. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1945; D 95211; 
Jesse Kahn, Beverly Hills, Calif. &Leslie O'Pace, 
West Los Angeles, Calif. 4718 

Death in the darkness. See The Shadow. 

Deep are the roots. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1945; D 95571; 
Arnaud D'Usseau, Susan D'Usseau, James Gow & 
Olga Gow, New York. 4719 

Deep roots. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1945; D 95383; Hester 
Burgess Miller, Kansas City, Mo. 4720 

Defi; de Eddy Ghilain [pseud, of E. Texcreau] © 1 c. 
Aug. 29, 1945; D 95045; Eddy Texcreau, NeuUly, 
France. 4721 

Derrick's dog. See The Lone Ranger. 

Le desir attrape par le queue; par Picasso. © Apr. 
15, 1945; D 95340; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 

4722 

The devil dolls. See House of mystery. 

Le diner de famille; de J. B. Luc [pseud, of L. 
Boudousse] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95044; Jean 
Bernard Luc, Paris. 4723 

Disputed town. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1945; D 95389; John 
D. Hess, Chicago. 4724 

Dizzie lines and laughs, inc.; or, Slip and fall, nos. 
2-4. © 1 c. each Sept. 5, 1945; D 95038-95040; 
Elizabeth Lulu Mansfield, Portland, Or. 

4725-4727 

Do you know your neighbor. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1945; D 
95438; Sybil M. Allen, Rosedale, N. Y. 4728 

Doc Robbins' mosquitos. See The Lone Ranger. 

Docteur Pons; de Charles Brown [pseud, of E. C. 
Winkler] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95067; E. 
Charles Winkler, Saint Raphael, France. 4729 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 4730-4736 

Episode no. 336, This is where I came in. © 

1 c. Sept. 27, 1945; D 95326. 
Episode no. 353, Puff. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1945; D 

95118. 



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Episode no. 354, Much ado about Marty. © 1 c. 

Sept. 13, 1945; D 95119. 
Episode no. 355, Room clerk. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 

1945; D 95186. 
Episode no. 356, Our daughter Barbara. © 1 c. 

Sept. 27, 1945; D 95327. 
Episode no. 357, The wolf cried navy blue. © 

1 c. Oct. 11, 1945; D 95458. 
Episode no. 358, Love to mama. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 

1945; D 95459. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Doctor Finnestaire's obsession, 
sin. 



See Children of 



Le don de jeunessej de Fabien Reignier [pseud, of 
F. Frachat] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95060; 
Fabien Frachat, Paris. 4737 

Un Don Juan. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95113; Michel 
Aucouturier, Oflag XVTI A, Germany. 4738 

Dotty and Mike arrive at their friends; French 
lesson no. 5. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95435; 
Adolphe Victor Pervy, Doylestown, Pa. 4739 

Double, double trouble; by Helen M. Roberts. © 
Oct. 1, 1945; D 95539; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 4740 

Dream girl; by Robert Ray. © Sept. 24, 1945; D 
95311; T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis. 4741 

Dream on, dreamer. See Under the blue. 

Du sang dans les tenebres. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; 
D 95041; Louis-Jean Finot, Paris. 4742 

The edelweiss hourglass; by The Harveys [pseud, 
of E. Aurandt & P. H. Aurandt] © 1 c. Sept. 23, 
1945; D 95191; Evelyn Aurandt & Paul Harvey 
Aurandt, Chicago. 4743 

Emily Bronte'; [dejSimone [pseud, of Simone Fran- 
cois Porche] © Mar. 23, 1945; D 95158; Editions 
Nagel, Paris. 4744 

En el nombre del padre; por Eduardo Marquina 
[pseud, of E. M. Angulo] © Jan. 2, 1936; A for. 
49999; Eduardo Marquina Angulo, Madrid. 4745 

The endless caravan. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 
95078; David Horwich, Hollywood, Calif. 4746 

Escort trouble; by Eddie Cope. © Oct. 6, 1945; D 
95537; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4747 

Everard; based on the novel, Vera, by Elizabeth 
[i. e. Countess Russell, pseud, of Mary Annette 
Beauchamp Arnin] © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 
95262; Lenore Coffee & William Joyce Cowen, 
Los Angeles. 4748 

The family Nagashi. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 95550; 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 4749 

Fare enough; by Leo Rosencrans & Joseph Cole. © 
1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 95138; Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago. 4750 

Fausse-route. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945;D 95042; Mar - 
CeUe Auclair, Champrosay, France. 4751 



Le fauve; de Eddy Ghilain [pseud, of E. Texcreau] 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95055; Eddy Texcreau, 
Neuilly, France. 4752 

Federigo; [de] Rene Laporte. © Apt. 5, 1945; D 
95157; Editions Nagel, Paris. 4753 

Les fiances du Havre; par Armand Salacrou. © 
Dec. 30, 1944; D 95419; Librairie Gallimard, 
Paris. 4754 

Fidele jusqu'au bout; [de J Victor Vekeman. © Sept. 
17, 1945; D 95490; Federation of Cercles La- 
cordaire & Sainte-Jeanne d'Arc, inc., FaU River, 
Mass. 4755 

Fifth wife; by Regine Jaulusz & S. N. Linek. © 1 c. 
Oct. 8, 1945; D 95430; Stephen N. Linek & Regine 
Kurlander, Cleveland. 4756 

Le film de Bethanie; [de] Jean Giraudoux, texte de 
Les anges du peche, d'apres le scenario deR. L. 
Bruckberger, Robert Bresson [et] J. Giraudoux. 
© June 10, 1944; D 95361; Librairie Gallimard, 
Paris. 4757 

Fils de personne; [de Henry de] Montherlant. © 
May 5, 1944; D 95362; Librairie Gallimard, 
Paris. 4758 

A flaming torch. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1945; D 95444; 
Peggy Phillips, New York. 4759 

For freedom's sake; by Percy Jewett Burrell. © 
Oct. 11, 1945; D 95538; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4760 

Four friends. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 95175; Ruth 
Fitzgibbon, New York. 4761 

French lesson no. 5. See Dotty and Mike arrive at 
their friends. 

Front door to paradise; by Macklym Hartyl. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1945; D 95562; Thomas E. H. Black, 
Detroit. 4762 

Fun with a Hun; by Lucille Gayden [pseud, of Lucile 
Wyschnegradsky] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95052; 
Lucile Wyschnegradsky, Paris. 4763 

G. I. Joe, civilian. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1945; D 95381; 
Duane Nelson & Richard E. Duncan, Ossining, 
N. Y. 4764 

The G. I. Mikado; or, I want out. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 
1945; D 95573; Joseph Opperman, New York. 

4765 

Gallopin' grandma; by Donald Payton. © Sept. 22, 
1945; D 95233; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 4766 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

4767-4770 
Program no. 402, Case of Harry Red Bever. © 

1 c. Oct. 15, 1945; D 95507. 
Program no. 403, Case of WilliamHarlan Crane. 

© 1 c. Oct. 15, 1945; D 95508. 
Program no. 404, Case of John K. Giles. © 1 c. 

Oct. 15, 1945; D 95509. 
Program no. 405, Case of Merten-Higgins. © 

1 c. Oct. 15, 1945; D 95510. 



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4819 



Genuine; text 6 music by F. F. French. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1945; D 76451; Florence Felten French, 
Hamilton, N. Y. 4771 

Get out of this one; or, The predicament program, 
by Lewis [i. e. H. L.jSwan. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; 
D 95349; Herbert Lewis Swan, Boston. 4772 

The ghost car. See House of mystery. 

The glochenspiel. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1945; D 95463; 
Frederick Banker, Hollywood, Calif. 4773 

Godey's ladies; or, Wives without husbands. © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1945; D 95257; Margaret Mayorga, 
Roslyn, N. Y. 4774 

Good morning at Lamerio's. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1945; 
D 95452; Frank J. Alberti, San Francisco. 4775 

Goodbye for now. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; D 95364; 
John Pierce, New York. 4776 

Goodbye, my love. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 95443; 
Ralph Rockafellow & Walter A. Rogers, New 
York. 4777 

Grand hotel. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

4778, 4779 
Sept. 1, 1945, Can't face the music, by Sam Ross. 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1945; D 94989. 
Sept. 8, 1945, Volumes speak words, by Richard 
Morenus. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1945; D 95132. 

La grande nuit de Merlin; par Samivel [pseud, of 
Paul Gavet-Tanerede] © Mar. 30, 1943; A for. 
49784; Editions I. A. C, Lyon, France. 4780 

Grandpa gets his back up; by Donald N. Shepherd. 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 95140; Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago. 4781 

The great Gildersleeve; nos. 178-182, Sept. 2, 9, 
16, 23, 30, by John Whedon & Sam Moore. © 1 c. 
each Oct. 10, 1945; D 95402-95406; Kraft foods 
co., Chicago. 4782-4786 

The greatest of these. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1945; D 
95447; Joseph Blaufox, New York. 4787 



Gringalet. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
Vandenberghe, Paris. 



1945; D 95046; 



Paul 
4788 



The groom said no; by Ruth Hale & Nathan Hale. © 
Sept. 20, 1945; D 95226; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 4789 

Hagarsville heritage. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1945; D 
95448; Bentley Edmonds, New York. 4790 

The Hallmark Charlotte Greenwood show. © Char- 
lotte Greenwood & Martin Broones, Los Angeles. 

4791-4797 
Aug. 19, Sept. 2, 1945, by Sylvia Thalberg & 
Harmon Alexander. © 1 c. each Sept. 28, 
1945; D 95292, 95294. 
Aug. 26, 1945, by Don H. Johnson & Sylvia Thal- 
berg. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1945; D 95293. 
Sept. 9, 1945, by Jack Hasty & Harmon Alexander. 

© 1 C Sept. 28, 1945; D 95295. 
Sept. 16, 1945, by Betty Hopkins, Richard Car- 
roU & Harmon Alexander. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1945; D 95296. 



Sept. 23, 1945, by Betty Hopkins, Richard Car- 
roll, Sylvia Thalberg & Hi Alexander. © 1 c. 
Oct. 10, 1945; D 95399. 

Sept. 30, 1945, by Andrews French & Hyman 
Alexander. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 95400. 

Hamlet, '45. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; D 95347; Howard 
Rodman, Washington, D. C. 4798 

Handwriting on the wall. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1945; D 
95220; John Edward Galvin, Phoenix, Ariz. 4799 

[Hapach hakoton; Hebrew text] © Oct. 16, 1945; D 
95542; Moses Brevda, Brooklyn. 4800 

The happy batchelor. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1945; D 95337; 
John Pierce, New York. 4801 

Healthy haven. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 95560; Al- 
fred G. Morris, New York. 4802 

The heartbeats of death. See The Shadow. 

Helene of Paris; by Paul Gordon [pseud, of P. G. S. 
Kelemen] © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; D 95559; Paul 
Gordon Stev Kelemen, Hollywood, Calif. 4803 

Hello, Jenny. © 1 c.Oct. 7, 1945; D 95515; Elizabeth 
Langham & John Golden, New York. 4804 

HeUo, psychiatric. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1945; D 95410; 
Richard Anderson Dana, Forest Htlls, N. Y. 

4805 

Help! Help! Help; by Norman Terry. © 1 c. Sept. 
18, 1945; D 95141; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 4806 

Her husband's homework; by Norman Terry. © lc. 
Sept. 18, 1945; D 95142; Wilding picture pro- 
ductions, inc., Chicago. 4807 

Hi and Sis in New Yorkj by Henry Rowland [pseud, 
of Charles George] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 95280; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4808 

Hilarity house; by Jay Tobias. © Oct. 1, 1945; D 
95561; Drama guild publishers, Boston. 4809 

Hired girl; by Dora Mary Macdonald. © Sept. 24, 
1945; D 95305; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4810 

L'histoire de Tobie et de Sara; [de] Paul Claudel. 
© Feb. 15, 1942; D 95420; Librairie Gallimard, 
Paris. 4811 

The home of the future. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1945; D 
95330; Lorraine Stroup, Los Angeles. 4812 

Honolulu bound; text & music by A. L. Block. © 1 c. 
Oct. 1, 1945; D 76454; Arthur L. Block, Brook- 
lyn. 4813 

L'honorable Monsieur Pepys. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; 
D 95110; Georges Couturier, Paris. 4814 

House for the sparrow. See I'll never be the same. 

House of mystery. © Maxwell productions, inc., 
New York. 4815-4819 

Program no. C-l, The teeth of death, by Johanna 

DeWitt, Sept. 15, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; 

D 95367. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Program no. C-2, The ghost car, by Claire Ken- 
nedy, Sept. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 
95368. 

Program no. C-3, The phantom fountain, by 
Johanna DeWitt, Sept. 29, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 
1945; D 95369. 

Program no. S-l, The beast of the bayou, by Jo- 
hanna DeWitt & Robert Maxwell, Sept. 1, 1945. 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 95365. 

Program no. S-2, The devil dolls, by David Vern 
& Robert Maxwell, Sept. 8, 1945. © 1 c. 
Oct. 3, 1945; D 95366. 

Howina; or, Song of the stars. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; 
D 95253; Melcena Burns Denny, San Diego, Calif. 

4820 

Huis clos; par Jean-Paul Sartre. © Apr. 15, 1945; 
D 95360; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 4821 

The human animal. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1945; D 95574; 
Paul Jay Scheyer, New York. 4822 

Husband, dear husband. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1945; D 
95462; David Horwich,' Hollywood, Calif. 4823 

Hymenee. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95053; Edouard 
Bourdet, Paris. 4824 



Hymenee. © Oct. 
Bourdet, Paris. 



24, 1941; D 95322; 



Edouard 
4825 



I want out. See The G. I. Mikado. 

I wouldn't say no. See Peace through love. 

I wrote a song; by P. Krim, music & lyrics by Car- 
rie Krim. [Text only] © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1945; D 
95568; Philip Krim, Los Angeles. 4826 

The idiot; adapted & dramatized from the novel of 
Dostoevsky. © 1 c. July 20, 1945; D 95181; Regi- 
nald Pole, Denver. 4827 

L 'idiot du village. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95054; 
Raymond Caillava, Paris. 4828 

If I loved you. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1945; D 95409; Lionel 
Wiggam, Beverly Hills, Calif. 4829 

I'll never be the same; based on House for the 
sparrow, by Julia Truitt Yenni. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 
1945; D 95445; Peter Martin & Julia Truitt Yenni, 
New York. 4830 

I'm right, you're wrong; Airplane vs. automobile. 
© 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 95161; Brockwell C. 
King, New York. 4831 

In chalk on the sidewalks. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 
95243; Jack Balch, St. Louis. 4832 

In old New Orleans; book by F. Randolph, lyrics by 
F. Randolph & Carl Fredrickson, music by C. 
Fredrickson. [Text only] © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; 
D 95492; Forbes Randolph, New York. 4833 

Les inseparables. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95108; 
Germaine Lefrancq, Paris. 4834 

Invitation; Sept! 24, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1945; D 
95241; Burrell Smith, Schenectady, N. Y. 4835 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Iris; de Jean Philippe [pseud, of J. Vincent] © 1 c. 
Aug. 29, 1945; D 95048; Jean Vincent, Paris. 

4836 

It's a wonderful life; book by Frank Kaplan, music 
& lyrics by Morris Himel [pseud, of M. Himel- 
farb] © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; D 76459; Morris 
Himelfarb, Toronto. 4837 

Les J3; ou, La nouvelle ecole. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; 
D 95049; Roger Ferdinand, Lozere, France. 

4838 

Jack and the beanstalk. See The Yank and the Giant. 

Jane Eyre; adapted from Charlotte Bronte's novel, 
by Jane Kendall [pseud, of Anne Coulter Martens] 
© Sept. 19, 1945; D 95209; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 4839 

Jane's jewels. See The Lone Ranger. 

Jeremiah and his children. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1945; 
D 95159; Richard L. Edsall, Cambridge, Mass. 

4840 

Jerry meets Cupid; by William D. Fisher. © Sept. 
22, 1945; D 95265; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 4841 

Le jes des merveilles de Saint Martin improvise 
par les anges; [de] Henri Gheon. © May 30, 
1942; D 95319; Andre Blot, Paris. 4842 

La jibara. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1945; D 95223; Antonio 
De La Puente, New York, 4843 

Jimmie's wife; by Dora Mary Macdonald. © Sept. 
24, 1945; D 95303; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 4844 

Joyce Jordan, M. D.; by Himan Brown. © Proctor 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4845, 4846 

Continuity no. 109. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 

95167. 
Continuity no. 121. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 95474. 

Jozia wedlug pomyslu z krotochwili M. Baluckiego , 
sztuke napisa/ L. Krzemienskt. [Polishtext] 
© 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; D 95545; Lucian Krze mien- 
ski, New York. 4847 

The juggler. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1945; D 95267; Mar- 
gery P. Wilson, Lake Charles, La. 4848 

Julie. See Comin' home. 

Jupiter; [de] Robert Boissy. © Aug. 1, 1942; D 
95321; Editions Stock, Delamain et Boutelleau, 
Paris. 4849 

Just as I left it. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1945; D 95391; Philip 
J. Close, Kansas City, Mo. 4850 

Just married; Sept. 16, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1945; 
D 95194; William Esty & co., inc., New York. 

4851 



Kissing bug sketch; by Joseph Erens. © 1 c. Sept. 
19, 1945; D 95150; Lenny Kent, New York. 4852 



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4900 



Ladies In danger; by Joseph Carlton [pseud, of J. C. 
McMullenJ © Oct. 11, 1945; D 95534; Walter H. 
Baker CO., Boston. 4853 

Lady from Edinburgh. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 
95263; Aimee Constance Stuart &L. Arthur Rose, 
London. 4854 

A lady in a garden; by Mrs. James Claud [i. e. M. J 
Moxley. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1945; D 95512; Marian 
Moxley, Tampa, Fla. 4855 

The last coach west. See The Lone Ranger. 

The last trip out; by Walter Hackett. © Oct. 8, 
1945; D 95536; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4856 

Laugh clown. See Comedians. 

Laura. © Sept. 10, 1945; D 95037; Vera Caspary & 
George Sklar, New York. 4357 

Laura; by Flora Vestoff . © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1945; D 
95149; Lenny Kent, New York. 4858 

Lecture in Town hall. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 
95076; Sydney Shields & Ralph Sprague, Forest 
Hills, N. Y. 4859 

Let's do it; by Randall Hughes [pseud, of J.W.Weitz- 
man] © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 95077; James 
Walter Weitzman, Los Angeles. 4860 

Let's introduce ourselves; or, Love at first sight. 
© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; D 95350; Herbert Lewis 
Swan, Boston. 4861 

A letter from Mexico; by Putnam Johnson. © Sept. 
22, 1945; D 95225; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 4862 

La librairie Jalin. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95104; 
Jean-Jacques Bernard, Paris. 4863 

Life can be beautiful; by Carl Bixby & Don Becker. 
© Procter &Gambleco., Cincinnati. 4864, 4865 
Episode no. 1818. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 

95164. 
Episode no. 1833. © 1 c. Oct. 10,1945;D 95477. 



Life from a balcony. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1945; D 
95517; Philip Topiel, New York. 4866 

The life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4867-4872 

Script nos. 1, 2, Sept. 8, 15, 1945. © 1 c. each 

Sept. 23, 1945; D 95196, 95197. 
Script no. 3, Sept. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1945; 

D 95407. 
Script nos. 4, 5, Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Oct. 12, 1945; D 95469, 95470. 
Script no. 6, Oct. 13, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; 

D 95555. 

The life of the insects; by Josef Capek & Karel 
Capek, translated P. Selver. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 
1945; D 95282; Paul Selver, London. 4873 

Lifetime. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1945; D 95346; Polly 
Dorothy Mikulak, South Bend, Ind. 4874 



La ligne d'horizon. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95068; 
Serge Roux, Paris. 4875 

Listen, the Gypsies. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 95375; 
Erna Wedeman, New York. 4876 

The little gods laughed. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1945; D 
95519; Noel B. Gerson, New York. 4877 

The Little Lame Shepherd; by Helen M.Roberts. © 
Oct. 1, 1945; D 95541; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 4878 

The Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4879-4896 
No. 1946-1172, Tomorrow is my home, by Trendle 

& Green. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95575. 
No. 1947-1173, Tom Bates, reformed, by Tren- 
dle & Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95576. 
No. 1948-1174, New state guns, by Trendle & 

Green. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95577. 
No. 1949-1175, Town of the lawless, by Trendle 

& Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95578. 
No. 1950-1176, Doc Robbins' mosquitos, by 

Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 

95579. 
No. 1951-1177, Texas justice, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95580. 
No. 1952-1178, One against the Rafter-M, by 

Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 

95581. 
No. 1953-1179, Mud Flats detective, by Trendle 

& Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95582. 
No. 1954-1180, Jane's jewels, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95583. 
No. 1955-1181, Parted in the middle, by Trendle 

& Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95584. 
No. 1956-1182, Water hole, by Trendle & Green. 

© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95585. 
No. 1958-1184, The pie-eyed Piper of Hamlin, 

by Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 

95586. 
No. 1959-1185, Masked go-between, by Trendle 

& Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95587. 
No. 1960-1186, Derrick's dog, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95588. 
No. 1961-1187, The last coach west, by Trendle 

& Green. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95589. 
No. 1962-1188, Rodeo, by Trendle & Green. © 

1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95590. 
No. 1963-1189, Morgan's Gap, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95591. 
No. 1964-1190, Single tracks, by Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 95592. 



Louise de La Valliere. © July 31, 1942; D 95126; 
Jean-Jacques Bernard, Paris. 4897 

Love at first sight. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 95442; 
Hope Rider, HoUywood, Calif. 4898 

Love at first sight. See Let's introduce ourselves . 

Love begins with good-bye. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1945; 
D 95489; Kenneth James Kirschbaum, New York. 

4899 

Love to mama. See Dr. Christian. 

Love's wager won. © 1 c. Oct. 15, 1945; D 95486; 
Jessie M. Coyle, Seattle. 4900 



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Lowering storm. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; D 95351; 
Michael Brand, Los Angeles. 4901 

The luck of the Irish; episode no. 1, Odds and even. 
© 1 c. Sept. 24, 1945; D 95217; Gene Burdette, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4902 

Lucky penny. © Oct. 12, 1945; D 95484; William 
Schneider & Jeremy Gury, New York. 4903 

The mad tea party; by Helen M. Roberts. © Oct. 1, 
1945; D 95540; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 4904 

Madame Pompadour; translated by H.Bartsch, book 
by Rudolph Schanzer & Ernst Welisch, music by 
Leo Fall. [Text only] © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; D 
95520; Hans Bartsch, New York. 4905 

Mademoiselle Antoinette. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95050; Jean Guitton, Paris. 4906 

The magic box; by Morgan W. Gibney. © 1 c. Sept. 
18, 1945; D 95143; Wilding picture productions, 
inc., Chicago. 4907 

Magic in the moonlight. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 
95219; Frances F. Chalfin, New York. 4908 

Magnolia blooms; by Bertha Hicks Garrett. © 
Sept. 24, 1945; D 95309; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 4909 

The Maid of Brazzaville; by Agnes Kendrick Gray. 
© Oct. 6, 1945; D 95535; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4910 

A man in a cafeteria. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 
95218; Richard C. Edwards, Stockton, Calif. 

4911 

The man on horseback; original version by Booth 
Tarkington, revised stage version by V. McCord 
& Francis Trevelyan Miller, adaptation by V. 
McCord. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1945; D 95563; Vera 
McCord, New York. 4912 

Le mariage de Jacqueline; par Pierre Thareau. © 
July 31, 1942; D 95125; Editions Stock, Delamain 
et Boutelleau, Paris. 4913 

Marketplace; or, Mary Simmers. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 
1945; D 95352; Leon S. Wellstone, Falls Church, 
Va. 4914 



Marmouret; de Jean Sarment [pseud, of J. Belle- 
mere] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95107; Jean 
Belle me re, Paris. 4915 

Mary comes marching home. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; 
D 95544; Lawrence Gray Worcester, Boston. 

4916 

Mary Simmers. See Market place. 

Masked go-between. See The Lone Ranger. 

A matter of life and death. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 
95552; Daniel Archer, New York. 4917 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Maybe tomorrow; by L. Osten, in collaboration with 
E. A. Krumschmidt. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1945; D 
95488; Lisa Osten & Elizabeth A. Krumschmidt, 
New York. 4918 

Mazie; or, The reward. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1945; D 
95271; Gertrude Hostetter Simmons, Oklahoma 
City. 4919 

Meet Corliss Archer; episode 83, Corliss cracks 
a vase, Aug. 23, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 
95398; Frederick Hugh Herbert, Los Angeles. 

4920 

Meet Parson Brown. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1945; D 
95185; Martha Lee Spain, Petersburg, Va. 4921 

Meet the hurricane; by M. W. Spector, in collabora- 
tion with B. H. Atwell. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 
95457; M. Warren Spector & Ben H. Atwell, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4922 

Meet the ladies. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 95437; 
Mary De Zevallos, New York. 4923 

Melody mail call; script no. 1. © 1 c. July 18, 1945; 
D 95284; Hamilton Murray O'Hara, BronxvUle, 
N. Y. 4924 

The merciful. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1945; D 95567; Sylvan 
Melvan C apian, Baltimore. 4925 

Messieurs, mon mart; de Eddy Ghilain [pseud, of 
E. Texcreau] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95056; 
Eddy Texcreau, Neuilly, France. 4926 

Metropolitan police. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 95212; 
Milton J. Kramer, New York. 4927 

Michael. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1945; D 95387; Warren A. 
Silver, New York. 4928 

Midge meets Mudge. See Adventures of Midge and 
Mudge. 

Mike's girl. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 95237; Rowland 
Brown & Esther Klinck, Pasadena, Calif. 4929 

Miss Millions; by Glenn Hughes. © Aug. 7, 1945; 
D 95229; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4930 

Mr. and Mistress. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1945; D 95446; 
Charles Curran, Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 

4931 

Mr. Luck. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1945; D 95198; Mildred 
Langford Howard, Washington, D. C. 4932 

Monsieur de Falindor. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95111; Georges Manoir, Paris & Armand Ver- 
hylle, Roy an, France. 4933 

More perfect union. © Sept. 19, 1945; D 95207; 
Harold Weiss, Fredericksburg, Va. 4934 

Morgan's Gap. See The Lone Ranger. 

Mother of the bride; by Mae Howley Barry. © Sept. 
19, 1945; D 95206; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

4935 



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4969 



Les mouches; [de] Jean-Paul Sartre. © June 15, 
1943; D 95357; LibrairleGallimard, Paris. 4936 

Moumou. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95069; Jean de 
Letraz, St. Cloud, France. 4937 

Moumou; [de] Jean de Letraz. © Mar. 24, 1945; D 
95156; Editions Nagel, Paris. 4938 

Move over girls. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1945; D 95422; 
Baker Moore, New York. 4939 

Much ado about Marty. See Dr. Christian. 

Mud Flats detective. See The Lone Ranger. 

Murder on schedule. See Till the end of crime. 

Murder presides; by Claire Read [pseud, oi C. H. 
Davis] © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 95256; Claire H. 
Davis, New York. 4940 

The murdering ghost. See The Shadow. 

Murderous reunion; by M.E. Jones & F.V.William. 
© 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 95074; Marc Edmund 
Jones, New York. 4941 

Music of today and tomorrow. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; 
D 95426; John Gold, Chelsea, Mass. 4942 

Music of your life. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 95178; 
Gunther William Bischoff, Chicago. 4943 

Mutual benefit; by Ann Napier [pseud, of N. Naumann] 
© 1 c. Oct. 13, 1945; D 95485; Nancie Naumann, 
New York. 4944 

The mystery of Wonderful Willie. See The return 
of Nick Carter. 

The namesake girl; by Rilla Carlisle [pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 95205; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4945 

The natural son. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 95425; 
Reginald Hill Marlow, New York. 4946 

Nearer the kingdom. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1945; D 95501; 
Hester Christine Fogleman, Shillington, Pa. 

4947 

The new quiz kid; by Leo Rosencrans & Joseph Cole. 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 95139; Wilding picture 
productions, inc., Chicago. 4948 

New state guns. See The Lone Ranger. 

The new way to play records; by Donald N. Shep- 
herd. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 95144; Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago. 4949 

Night spot. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 95524; Virgus 
A. Engeran, New Orleans. 4950 

Nightmare. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1945; D 95493; Ted Field, 
New Brunswick, N. J. 4951 

1952; or, The captain returns. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; 
D 95423; Erwin Peter Feith, Elmhurst, L. I., 
N. Y. 4952 



No East or West; by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. © 
Aug. 3, 1945; D 95234; Friendship press, inc., 
New York. 4953 

No reason or rhyme; text & music by Tut [i. e. 
Thompson] Roberts, Muriel Roberts & Frank L. 
Stewart. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1945; D 76456; Thomp- 
son Roberts, Struthers, O. 4954 

No rehearsals required; by Louis J. Huber, © Sept. 
12, 1945; AA 492771; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 4955 

No vacancies. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; D 95338; Her- 
bert G. Wittles, New York. 4956 

Noble David. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1945; D 95169; Louise 
Harper, New York. 4957 

The nose on your face. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1945; D 
95193; Haig P. Manoogian, New York. 4958 

Not quite perfect; by Elizabeth Hicks. © Sept. 24, 
1945; D 95307; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4959 

Nothing but the best. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; D 
95556; Kathleen Greeley Twomey, New York. 

4960 

Nothing in its place; by Mary Lawrence [pseud, of 
Anne Coulter Martens] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 
95204; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4961 

La nouvelle ecole. See Les J3. 

Nowhere fast; by Van Wallen. © Sept. 26, 1945; D 
95344; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

4962 

Nowonarodzona. [Polish text] © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; 
D 95546; Lucian Krzemienski, .New York. 4963 

Nuts in May. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1945; D 95238; Edith 
Grossberg Whitesell, El Cerrito, Calif. 4964 

Odds and even. See The luck of the Irish. 

L'oiseau de verre; de M. G. Sauvajon, en collabora- 
tion avec Claude Boncompain. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1945; D 95057; Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon, Paris. 

4965 

The old snapshot. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 95277; 
Cornelia Otis Skinner, New York. 4966 

One against the Rafter-M. See The Lone Ranger. 

100,000 hours; by A. L. Weeks. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1945; D 95145; Wilding picture productions, inc., 
Chicago. 4967 

One who gets slapped; from Leonid Andreyev's Tot 
kto poluchaet poshchechiny. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 
1945; D 95075; Elia Lazaroff, Hollywood, Calif. 

4968 

The Opportunity bureau; by Camilla Rye [pseud, of 
Arthur LeRoy Kaser] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 95203; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4969 

Our daughter Barbara. See Dr. Christian. 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



The outgoing of their majesties. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 
1945; D 95392; James Ross Clemens, Webster 
Groves, Mo. 4970 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; by Leston Huntley. © 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4971, 4972 

Continuity no. 3156. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 

95162. 

Continuity no. 3180. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 

95479. 

Pagliacci. See Comedians. 

Papa says no; by Felicia Metcalfe. © Sept. 24, 
1945; D 95343; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 4973 

Parent's magazine on the air; by Ralph Rosenberg. 
© Parent s institute, inc., New York. 4974-4985 
Program nos. 41-49. © 1 c. each Sept. 25, 

1945; D 95244-95252. 
Program nos. 50-52. © 1 c. each Sept. 28, 1945; 
D 95288-95290. 

La part du diable. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95043; 
Louis Ducreaux, Neuilly, France. 4986 

Parted in the middle. See The Lone Ranger. 

The Patent office yesterday, today and tomorrow. 
© 1 c. Oct. 22, 1945; D 95570; Rose Bakalar 
Berman, Richmond. 4987 

Le pit re; de Theodore Aubanel, traduction de E. 
Aubanel. © Dec. 30, 1944; D 95124; Edouard 
Aubanel, Avignon, France. 4988 

La patronne; [de] Andre Luguet. © Apr. 17, 1945; 
D 95324; Editions Nagel, Paris. 4989 

Paul Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; D 94688; James 
F. Kieley, Washington, D. C. 4990 

Peace through love; or, I wouldn't say no. © 1 c. 
Oct. 5, 1945; D 95427; Emily Cuyler Hammond, 
Washington, D. C. 4991 



Pere. © 1 c. Aug. 
Bourdet, Paris. 



29. 



1945; D 95117; Edouard 
4992 



Peribanez y el comendador de Ocana; [de] Lope de 
Vega [pseud, of Lope Felix de Vega Carpio], 
texte espagnol publie avec une notice, une etude 
litteraireetdes notes par Ch.-V. Aubrun [et] 
J.-F. Montesinos. © Dec. 30, 1943; A for. 
50201; Librairie Hachette, Paris. 4993 

Peter Grimes; from the poem of George Crabbe, 
words by Montagu Slater, music by Benjamin 
Britten. © Oct. 6, 1945; D 76457; Boosey & 
Hawkes, ltd., London. 4994 

Petite theatre; [de] Paul Morand. © Nov. 30, 1942; 
D 95232; Editions Bernard Grasset, Paris. 4995 

The phantom fountain. See House of mystery. 

Phil's girls. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D95160;Louise 
Emma Wilkinson, Bethlehem, Pa. 4996 

PhyUis; text & music by G. J. McKeon. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1945; D 76450; George J. McKeon, San 
Diego, Calif. 4997 



The pie -eyed Piper of Hamlin. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Pieces noires. © Nov. 20, 1942; D 95323; Jean 
Anouilh, Paris. 4998 

Pieces roses. © Nov. 30, 1942; D 95320; Jean 
Anouilh, Paris. 4999 

Pierrette; ou, Le bouquet blanc, par Georges Manoir 
[pseud, of G. Lalau] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95064; Georges Lalau, Paris. 5000 

The pink tea. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1945; D 95341; 
Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, Santa Monica, Calif. 

5001 

The plays of Anton Chekov; special introduction & 
edited by Arthur Zeiger. © Mar. 15, 1945; A 
189793; Caxton house, inc., New York. 5002 

Plymouth pilgrimage. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 
95215; Freeland F. Penney, Washington, D. C. 

5003 

Portrait in black. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1945; D 95373; 
Ivan Goff & Ben Roberts, New York. 5004 

The pot of gold; by Titus Maccius Plautus, trans- 
lated C. E. Bennett. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1945; D 
95281; Charles E. Bennett, Amherst, Mass. 

5005 



The predicament program, 
one. 



See Get out of this 



Premiere etape; de Claude [i. e. C. L.] Geraldy. 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95109; Claude Lefevre 
Geraldy, Boulogne, France. 5006 

Prince of melody; by Carroll Piatt [pseud, of K. 
Piatkiewicz] © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 95551; 
Karol Piatkiewicz, Chicago. 5007 

Puff. See Dr. Christian. 

The quick brown fox. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 
95439; Robert Edward McEnroe, Chicago. 5008 

The Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, New York. 

5009, 5010 
Oct. 2, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1945; D 95408. 
Oct. 9, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1945; D 95468. 

Recalling a name; Oct. 16, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 
1945; D 95518; Cornelia Otis Skinner, New York. 

5011 

Red and black. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 95424; John 
Alexander Waer, Hollywood, Calif. 5012 

Regner apres sa mort. See La reine morte. 

La reine morte; ou, Comment on tue les femme, 
[de] Henry de Montherlant, suivide Regner apres 
sa mort, de Luis Velez de Guevara. © Nov. 30, 
1942; D 95354; Librairie GaUimard, Paris. 5013 

The relinquished light. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; D 
95516; Elizabeth Orynski Graham, San Antonio. 

5014 



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5058 



Renaud et Armide; [de] Jean Cocteau. © Apr. 29, 
1943; D 95353; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 5015 

Reprise; by R. Champlain, music by Franz Lizt. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 95371; Robert 
Champlain, New York. 5016 

The return of Nick Carter; by Alfred Bester. © 
Street & Smith publications, inc., New York. 

5017, 5018 
Sept. 16, 1945, The case of the queen's eyebrows. 

© 1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; D 95531. 
Sept. 23, 1945, The mystery of Wonderful Willie. 
© 1 C Oct. 17, 1945; D 95532. 

Reves a forfait. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95047; 
Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon, Paris. 5019 

Reves d'amour. © Apr. 7, 1944; D 95339; Rene 
Fauchois, Paris. 5020 

The reward. See Mazie. 

Ride a cockhorse. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; D 95521; 
Madison Leitch Goff, 'Montrose, Calif. 5021 

The right to happiness; by John M. Young. © Proc- 
ter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5022, 5023 
Episode no. 1521. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945;D 95165. 
Episode no. 1546. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945;D 95476. 

The rim. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1945; D 95182; Carl 
Illig & Naiad Key, Houston, Tex. 5024 

The ring; by Viola Swayne [i. e. V. S. Adams] © 
1 c. Oct. 13, 1945; D 95513; ViolaSwayne Adams, 
New York. 5025 

The rivals. See All's well that ends - better. 

Road of life; by Howard Teichmann. © Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5026, 5027 

Episode no. 2079. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 

95163. 
Episode no. 2093. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 

95478. 

A road to Bastogne; by A. Lowell Kendall, based on 
a true incident of the Battle of the bulge. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1945; D 95255; Alfred L. Golden, New 
York. 5028 

Rodeo. See The Lone Ranger. 

La ronde des destinees; par Charles Brown [pseud, 
of E. C. Winkler] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945;D 95112; 
E . Charles Winkler, Saint Raohael, France. 

5029 



La ronde eternelle. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95051; 
Jean Vertex, Paris. 5030 

Room clerk. See Dr. Christian. 

Round the world air cruise; by Thelma Segar. © 
Oct. 1, 1945; D 95483; Willis N. Bugbee co., 
New York. 5031 

Rubber lends a hand; by Leo Rosencrans & Joseph 
Cole. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 95146; Wilding 
picture productions, inc., Chicago. 5032 



Rumbin galleries; from Booth Tarkington's novel 
of the same name, adapted by S. O'Day. © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1945; D 95258; Shelley O'Day, New York. 

5033 

Le Saint Bernard. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95115; 
Claude -Andre Puget, Paris. 5034 

Santa Claus chimney express; script no. 32, Dec. 2, 
1944. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1945; D 95466; Harry H. 
Hoessly, Columbus, O. 5035 

Satan was a sissy. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1945; D 95514; 
D. De Vere Ditwiler, Redlands, Calif. 5036 

Saturday Cinderella. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1945; D 
95270; John J. Byrne, New York. 5037 

Saturday night; based on the play of the same name 
by James Hagan. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1945; D 95183; 
Shelley O'Day, New York. 5038 

Say it with flowers; by Glenn Hughes. © Aug. 7, 
1945; D 95230; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5039 

The secret song; text & music by K. McGuire. © 
1 c. Sept. 13, 1945; D 76452; Karl McGuire, New 
York. 5040 

Selling good hearing; by Charles Cromer. © 1 c. 
Sept. 18, 1945; D 95147; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 5041 



Seven at one blow . 
Mudge. 



See Adventures of Midge and 



The Shadow; by Stedman Coles. © Street & Smith 
publications, inc., New York. 5042-5046 

Sept. 16, 1945, The thoughts of death. © 1 c. 

Oct. 17, 1945; D 95526. 
Sept. 23, 1945, Death in the darkness. © 1 c. 

Oct. 17, 1945; D 95527. 
Sept. 30, 1945, The heartbeats of death. © 1 c. 

Oct. 17, 1945; D 95528. 
Oct. 7, 1945, Blind man's folly. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 

1945; D 95529. 
Oct. 14, 1945, The murdering ghost. © 1 c. Oct. 

17, 1945; D 95530. 

The shadow of swords; by C. H. Faber & Edward 
Sheffield [pseud, of E. S. Stephenson] © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1945; D 95335; Charles Hauck Faber & 
Edward Sheffield Stephenson, Encino, Calif. 

5047 

She-doctor. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1945; D 95480; Stymean 
Karlen, Philadelphia. 5048 

The Sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

5049-5057 
Episode nos. 47, 49, 50, July 27, Aug. 10, 17, 1945. 

© 1 c. each Sept. 17, 1945; D 95187-95189. 
Episode nos. 52, 53, Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 1945. © 

1 c. each Sept. 13, 1945; D 95120, 95121. 
Episode nos. 54, 55, Sept. 14, 21, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Sept. 27, 1945; D 95328, 95329. 
Episode nos. 56, 57, Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 1945. © 1 c. 

each Oct. 11, 1945; D 95460, 95461. 

Shortest way home; by Leo Rosencrans. © 1 c. 
Sept. 18, 1945; D 95148; Wilding picture produc- 
tions, inc., Chicago. 5058 



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Shred of evidence. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 95213; 
Donald H. Parker, Bronxville, N. Y. 5059 

The silver lining. © Bozell & Jacobs, Omaha. 

5060-5070 
Script nos. 2-4. © 1 c. each Sept. 15, 1945; D 

95128-95130. 
Script nos. 5-8. © 1 c. each Sept. 26, 1945; D 

95272-95275. 
Script nos. 9, 10. © 1 c. each Oct. 3, 1945; D 

95385, 95386. 
Script nos. 11, 12. © 1 c. each Oct. 10, 1945; 

D 95449, 95450. 

Sing for your supper. © Sept. 22, 1945; D 95497; 
Anne Coulter Martens, Washington, N. J. 5071 

Single tracks. See The Lone Ranger. 

Sisters under the skin; by Mae Howley Barry. © 
Sept. 19, 1945; D 95202; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 5072 

Slip and fall. See Dizzie lines and laughs, inc. 

Someday I'll be king. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 
95222; Norman Flatow, New York. 5073 

Something for relatives; by Macklym Hartyl. © 1 c. 
Oct. 21, 1945; D 95572; Thomas E. H. Black, 
Detroit. 5074 

Song of my heart; by Austin Goetz. © Aug. 3, 1945; 
D 95228; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 5075 

Song of the stars. See Howina. 

Song of the Tulameen. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95451; 
Warren Eugene Crane, Seattle. 5076 

Le Soulier de satin; [de] Paul Claudel, en collabora- 
tion avec Jean-Louis Barrault. © Feb. 9, 1944; 
D 95359; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 5077 

Souvent femme varie. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95066; Robert Boissy, Paris. 5078 

Spring is here; by Dora Mary Macdonald. © Sept. 
24, 1945; D 95306; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 5079 

Stairway to the stars; by Lee Berg. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 
1945; D 95380; RobertLarrimer, Jackson Heights, 
N. Y. 5080 

Stinky; by Gene [i. e. W. E.] Elder. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1945; D 95285; William Eugene Elder, Sherman 
Oaks, Calif. 5081 

Stop-over; by Alan Hay. © Sept. 14, 1945; D 95317; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 5082 

The story of hypnotism. See The submerged island, 
the story of the subconscious. 

Stranger in the night; by Paul S. McCoy. © Sept. 
29 , 1945; D 95397; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
l a# 5083 

Strangers among you; by Marion Wefer. © June 27, 
1945; D 95235; Friendship press, inc., New 
York. 5084 



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Strictly confidential; by J. Vincent Barrett. © Sept. 
26, 1945; D 95345; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 5085 

The submerged island, the story of the subconscious; 
The story of hypnotism. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1945- 
D 95268; Betty Jaffey, Chicago. 5086 

Sugar and spice. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1945; D 95154; 
Mary Carroll & Betty Halsey, New York. 5087 

Sunday in the country. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1945; D 
95072; Cornelia Otis Skinner, New York. 5088 

Superman bit; by Al Lewin [pseud, of A. Levine] © 
1 c. Sept. 7, 1945; D 95522; Abraham Levine, 
Liberty, N. Y. 5089 

Sweepstakes. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1945; D 95481; Paul 
W. Douglass, New York. 5090 

Sweet Louise. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1945; D 95523; Calvin 
M. Reisland, Pasadena, Calif. 5091 

Takes a heap o' killin'. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1945; D 
95279; Annabelle Mead & Ed Shepherd Mead, 
Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 5092 

Teacher's pet; by Harry L. Hadley. © Sept. 24, 
1945; D 95310; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5093 

The teeth of death. See House of mystery. 

Tell me everything. See By appointment only. 

Ten minutes till Christmas; by Roger Clark [pseud, 
of Christopher Sergei] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 
95201; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5094 

La tenue de soiree est de rigueur; par Paul Alain 
[pseud, of P. Fournier] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; D 
95059; Paul Fournier, Paris. 5095 

Texas justice. See The Lone Ranger. 

That London hussy; based on the life of Mary Woll- 
stonecraft Godwin. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; D 95348; 
Virginia M. Shirley, Portland, Or. 5096 

Theatre; [de] Andre Gide. © Mar. 15, 1942; D 
95358; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 5097 

Theatre; [de] Armand Salacrou. t. 1, 2. © May 30, 
1943, Apr. 26, 1944; D 95355, 95356. Librairie 
Gallimard, Paris.. 5098, 5099 

Theatre; [de] Charles Vildrac. © Apr. 30, 1943; 
D 95415; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 5100 

Theatre; [de] Denys Amiel. © June 1, 1945; D 
95123; Albin Michel, Paris. 5101 

Theatre; [de] Jean Gione. © June 30, 1943;D 95416; 
Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 5102 

Theatre; [de] Jean Schlumberger. © Dec. 20, 1943; 
D 95417; Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 5103 

Then heaven smiled. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; D 95610; 
Marjorie H. Foster, Cheltenham, Pa. 5104 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



5147 



There are crimes and crimes; by August Strindberg, 
adapted for the English stage by M. Faber. © 
1 c. May 7, 1945; D 95455; Max Faber, Hove, 
Sussex, Eng. 5105 

There's a song in the air; by Paul Nagy, jr. © Sept. 
18, 1945; D 95313; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5106 

They lived in a shoe. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1945; D 95291; 
Elizabeth Cole Stevens, Minneapolis. 5107 

The third door. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1945; D 95504; Lee 
Berg, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 5108 

This is where I came in. See Dr. Christian. 

This unusual affair. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1945;D 95216; 
George Franklin Parsons, Petersburg, Pa. 5109 

The thoughts of death. See The Shadow. 

Three girls and Jeffrey; by Austin Goetz. © Aug. 9, 
1945; D 95227; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5110 

La tierra de las maracas. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1945; D 
95499; Antonio De La Puente, New York. 5111 

Till the end of crime; or, Murder on schedule. © 
1 c. Oct. 5, 1945; D 95388; Wilbur Wayne Dick- 
ens, Ann Arbor, Mich. 5112 

The time has come; by Nell Ames [pseud, of A. J. 
Lowers] © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1945; D 95131; Anthony 
Joseph Lowers, Los Angeles. 5113 

Tin Pan Alley of the air. © Timothy T. Morrow, 
Chicago. 5114-5119 

Sept. 15, 1945, by Bob Carman & Judith Tom. © 

1 c. Sept. 19, 1945; D 95152. 
Sept. 22, 1945, by Bob Carman. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 

1945; D 95276. 
Sept. 29, 1945, by Bob Carman. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 

1945; D 95332. 
Oct. 6, 1945, by Bob Carman. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 

1945; D 95384. 
Oct. 13, 1945, by Bob Carman. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1945; D 95465. 
Oct. 20, 1945, by Nancy Goodwin. © lc. Oct. 19, 

1945; D 95557. 

Tin Top VaUey. © 1 C. Oct. 18, 1945; D 95564; 
Walter Erwin Carroll, New Haven. 5120 

Tom Bates, reformed. See The Lone Ranger. 
Tomorrow is my home. See The Lone Ranger. 

Tomorrow's harvest; by Esther M.Hawley. ©Seof. 
10, 1945; D 95127; American theatre wing war 
service, inc., New York. 5121 

Too much mistletoe; by Roger Clark [pseud, of 
Christopher Sergei] © Sept. 22, 1945; D 95496; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5122 

Too much smootchln'. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1945; D 
95393: James Lester Duke, San Angelo, Tex. 

5123 

Town of the lawless. See The Lone Ranger. 



Toys. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1945; D 95153; Joseph Ieda, 
Richmond HU1, N. Y. 5124 

Transparent curtain pageants for Christmas; by 
Martha Mixer. © Oct. 8, 1945; D 95533; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 5125 

Trickery trips tripe. © 1 c. Oct. 15, 1945; D 
95525; Paul Rosenfeld, New York. 5126 

Tristan et Yseult; [de] Lucien Fabre. © Mar. 6, 
1945; D 95325; Editions Nagel, Paris. 5127 

Truth on a holiday; by Glenn Hughes. © Aug. 17, 
1945; D 95231; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5128 

The tutor. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1945; D 95240; Constance 
H. HUls, Highland Park, Mich. 5129 

Twelve midnight; by Allen Wainford-Ash [pseud, of 
H. R. A. Donnelly] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1945; D 
95396; Hugh Robert Allen DonneUy, Christchurch, 
New Zealand. 5130 

Twilight bar. © Aug. 21, 1945; A 189500; Arthur 
Koestler, London. 5131 

Twinkle, twinkle, Christmas star; by Esther Arnold. 
© Oct. 12, 1945; D 95495; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 5132 

Umpaw. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1945; D 95286; Lydla Crow 
& Frances Towne, Los Angeles. 5133 

Under the blue; or, Dream on, dreamer. © 1 c. 
Sept. 21, 1945; D 95210; Claudia De Lys, New 
York. 5134 

Vaudeville varieties; by Richard Drummond. © 
Sept. 12, 1945; AA 492770; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 5135 

Vera. See Everard. 

Veterinary. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 95278; Cor- 
nelia Otis Skinner, New York. 5136 

La vlctoire de Paris; [de] Paul Nivolx. © Apr. 24, 
1945; D 95155; Editions Nagel, Paris. 5137 

The Victor Borge show; by Andy White & Robert 
Phillips. © S. C. Johnson & son, inc., Racine, 
Wis. 5138-5144 

Nos. 6-11, Aug. 7, 21, 28, Sept. 3, 11, 18, 1945. 

© 1 c. each Sept. 28, 1945; D 95297-95302. 
No. 13, Sept. 25, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 

95401. 



Vlngt-cinq ans de bonheur. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1945; 
D 95114; Germalne Lefrancq, Paris. 5145 

Vive l'Empereur. © lc. Aug. 29, 1945; D 95071; 
Sacha Gultry, Paris. 5146 

Volumes speak words. See Grand hotel. 

The wager. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1945; D 95471; Paul 
Forester, New York. 5147 

Warrior's return. See Dead letter office. 



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Was it right, or was it wrong. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; 
D 95242; Dudley Carlisle Schnabel, Shreveport, 
La. 5148 

Water hole. See The Lone Ranger. 

We're home; book by Dorothea Ostermeyer, David J. 
Bloom & P. C. D'Andrea, music & lyrics by P. C. 
D'Andrea. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 76458, Paul 
C. D'Andrea, New York. 5149 

Whaddya' know. © Jill Jackson, New Orleans. 

5150-5154 
No. 8, Sept. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1945; D 

95190. 
No. 9, Sept. 29, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1945; 

D 95333. 
No. 10, Oct. 6, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 

95453. 
No. 11, Oct. 13, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1945; D 

95505. 
No. 12, Oct. 20, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1945; D 

95569. 

What it takes; by John Meehan, jr. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 
1945; D 95390; Corcoran productions, inc., New 
York. 5155 

What's your story. © 1 c Aug. 29, 1945; D 95331; 
Ann Rideout, New York. 5156 

When she was bad; by Ralph Spencer Zink. © 1 c. 
Oct. 16, 1945; D 95511; Ralph Max Zink, New 
York. 5157 

Where angels fear. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1945; D 95254; 
Joseph Yablonski & Margaret Yablonski, Cali- 
fornia, Pa. 5158 

Where's that report card; by Roger Clark [pseud, 
of Christopher Sergei] © Sept. 19, 1945; D 
95200; Dramatic pub. CO., Chicago. 5159 

Why treat Greeks. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1945; D 95441; 
Herbert Leslie Yates, Santa Monica, Calif. 5160 

Will's second wife; Oct. 9, 1945. © 1 c.Oct. 3, 1945; 
D 95377; Cornelia Otis Skinner, New York. 5161 

Wineland's primary plays; by Bernice Eager. © 
Aug. 11, 1945; AA 491042; Wineland pub. CO., 
Altoona, Pa. 5162 

Wives without husbands. See Godey's ladies. 

The wolf cried navy blue. See Dr. Christian. 



\ 
pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



A woman of America; by Delia West Decker. © 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5163, 5164 
Episode no. 663. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1945; D 95168. 
Episode no. 687. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 95475. 

The would-be gentleman; by Moliere, adapted by B. 
Clark. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1945; D 95494; Bobby 
Clark, New York. 5165 

The Yank and the Giant; based on the fairy tale, 
Jack and the beanstalk. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945; D 
95566; Max Feder, New York. 5166 

You never know; by Florence Gail [i.. e. F. G. Reque] 
© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; D 95440; Florence Gail Reque, 
Duluth. 5167 

You send me. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1945; D 95472; Har- 
riet Hersh & Theodore Sennett, Brooklyn. 5168 

You'll never believe it; by E. Foran. © 1 c. Sept. 
17, 1945; D 95031; Edward Foran & William 
Foran, Long Island City, N. Y. 5169 

Young America's theatre of the air; or, College 
playhouse. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1945; D 95192; Duane 
A. Nelson, Chicago. 5170 

Young Dr. Malone; by Janice Giant. © Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5171, 5172 

Episode no. 97, Aug. 15, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 

1945; D 95166. 
Episode no. 128, Sept. 27, 1945. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 

1945; D 95473. 

Young Jeremiah. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 95547; 
Joseph Farina, East Boston, Mass. 5173 



Your writing is you. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1945;D 95221; 
John Edward Galvin, Phoenix, Ariz. 5174 

You're mine, aren't you. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1945; D 
95548; Frank Hanson & Beatrice Hanson, Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 5175 

You're only young once; by Glenn Hughes. © Sept. 6, 
1945; D 95316; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5176 



The zenith; by Peyton Bristow [pseud, of R. E. 
O'Brian & R. M. Vale] © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1945; D 
95184; Robert E. O'Brian, Des Moines & Rena 
M. Vale, Chicago. 5177 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,291 unpublished) 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 113 unpublished) 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 61 unpublished) 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 unpublished) 



Total- 



3,705 

182 

72 

2 

3,961 



152 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[5177 



The Arabian nights. See Marouf, the cobbler of 
Cairo. 

The concert; by Hermann Ba.hr, American version 
by Leo Ditrichstein. © Benjamin F. Roeder, New 
York. R 105908, Mar. 12, 1942. 1 

The concert; by Hermann Bahr, American version 
by Leo Ditrichstein. © Reina Belasco Gest, New 
York. R 105909, Mar. 12, 1942. 2 

Just around the corner; by George V. Hobart. © 
Donald B. Hobart & Vere Hobart, New York. R 
140171, June 1, 1945. 3 

Marouf, the cobbler of Cairo; from The Arabian 
nights, after the translation by J. C. Mardrus, 
English translation by Martia Leonard, libretto 
by Lucien Nepoty. © G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. R 140269, June 10, 1945. 4 



The masquer ader; founded on Katherine Cecil Thur- 
ston's novel. © John Hunter Booth, Brookline, 
Mass. R 140203, June 1, 1945. 5 

NJU; translated from the Russian of Ossip Dymow, 
by Rosalind Ivan. © Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New 
York. R 140389, June 9, 1945. 6 

A perfect day. © Frank Mandel, New York. R 
140172, May 29, 1945. 7 



Tea for three; by Roi Cooper Megrue. © Rodney 
Hitt, New York. R 140328, May 26, 1945. 8 

The unknown purple; by Carlyle Moore & Roland 
West. © Ethelyn P. Moore, Hollywood, Calif. & 
Roland West, Pacific Palisades, Calif . R 140327, 
May 26, 1945. 9 



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MOTION PICTURES 



AEsops fable; The mosquito. © June 29, 1945; L 
13466; Terrytoons, Inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

5178 

Aircraft work, power plant maintenance. © Herbert 
Kerkow, New York. 5179-5183 

Engine change, installation. © June 1, 1945; M 

16340. 
Engine change, removal. © June 1, 1945; M 

16347. 
Trouble shooting problems, fuel induction. © 

June 1, 1945; M 16342. 
Trouble shooting problems, ignition. © June 1, 

1945; M 16343. 
Trouble shooting problems, mechanical and lubri- 
cation. © June 1, 1945; M 16346. 

Aircraft work, preventive maintenance. © Herbert 
Kerkow, New York. 5184-5187 

The airplane mechanic. © June 1, 1945; M 

16344. 
Periodic inspection, engine. © June 1, 1945; M 

16339. 
Preflight inspection, airplane. © June 1, 1945; 

M 16341. 
Preflight inspection, engine. © June 1, 1945; 

M 16345. 

The airplane mechanic. See Aircraft work, pre- 
ventive maintenance. 

Along the Navajo trail. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 16402; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5188 

Ants in your pantry. © Feb. 16, 1945; L 13510; 
Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 5189 

Automotive operation and maintenance, preventive 

maintenance. © Gene K. Walker, San Francisco. 

5190-5193 

No. 2, The battery, ignition and electrical sys- 
tem. © Aug. 1, 1945; M 16332. 

No. 3, The engine assembly. © Aug. 1, 1945; 
M 16333. 

No. 4, The cooling system and fuel system. © 
Aug. 1, 1945; M 16334. 

No. 5, Engine tests and tune up. © Aug. 1, 1945; 
M 16335. 

Bandits of the Badlands. © Aug. 17, 1945; L 13495; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 5194 

Barbershop baUads. © Oct. 1, 1945; L 13503; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5195 

The bashful buzzard. © Sept. 24, 1945; M 16310; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 5196 

Basic English; from The pocket book of basic Eng- 
lish, pts. 1-4. © Aug. 7, 1945; M 16384; Time, 
inc., New York. 5197 



The battery, ignition and electrical system. See 
Automotive operation and maintenance, preven- 
tive . maintenance . 

Behind city lights. © Aug. 1, 1945; L 13485; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 5198 

Belt of doom. See The case of the missing finger. 

Booby socks. © July 11, 1945; L 13516; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 5199 

Brazing carbide tools. See Carbide cutting tools. 

Campus mermaids. © Sept. 7, 1945; L 13464; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5200 

Cancion de Mexico. © Sept. 28, 1945; L 13522; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 5201 

Carbide cutting tools. © Mode -art pictures, inc., 
Pittsburgh. 5202-5206 

No. 1, Brazing carbide tools. © June 1, 1945; 

M 16282. 
No. 2, Grinding single -point carbide tools. © 

June 1, 1945; M 16283. 
No. 3, Grinding multiple -point carbide tools. © 

June 1, 1945; M 16284. 
No. 4, Cutting with carbide tools, pt. 1, single 

point. © June 1, 1945; M 16285. 
No. 5, Cutting with carbide tools, pt. 2, milling 

cutters. © June 1, 1945; M 16286. 

The case of the missing finger; chap. 4, Belt of doom. 
© title & descr. reed. Sept. 17, 1945; 1 small 
roll reed. July 31; L 13500; Telecomics, inc., 
Los Angeles. 5207 

Champagne polka. © Oct. 1, 1945; M 16361; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5208 

China. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 18385; Time, inc., New 
York. 5209 

The cooling system and fuel system. See Automo- 
tive operation and maintenance, preventive 
maintenance. 

Cuba caUing. © Dec. 23, 1944; M 16291; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5210 

Cutting with carbide tools, pt. 1, single point. See 
Carbide cutting tools. 

Cutting with carbide tools, pt. 2, mUling cutters. 
See Carbide cutting tools. 

Daffydilly daddy. © May 25, 1945; L 13481; Para- 
mountpictures, inc., New York. 5211 

Dance, baby, dance. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 18399; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 521J 



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5249 



Dance comique. © Oct. 1, 1945; M 16367; Soundles 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5213 

The danger point. See Secret agent X-9. 

Dangerous partners; based upon a story by Oliver 
Weld Bayer. © Aug. 3, 1945; L 13469; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 5214 

Dear sir; selections from book by Juliet Lowell. © 
July 15, 1945; M 16394; United film productions, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5215 

Death curve. See Secret agent X-9. 

Don't fence me in. © Oct. 11, 1945; L 13524; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 5216 

Doom downgrade. See Secret agent X-9. 

The dropping floor. See Secret agent X-9. 

Duffy's tavern; based on characters created by Ed. 
Gardner. © Aug. 20, 1945; L 13518; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 5217 

Easy to look at. © July 27, 1945; L 13480; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 5218 

The egg-yegg. © Mar. 2, 1945; L 13517; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 5219 

Electrical circuit faults. See Electrical work, wir- 
• ing. 

Electrical work, electrical machinery. © Ray-Bell 
films, inc., St. Paul. 5220, 5221 

No. 2, Routing magnetic fields. © July 1, 1945; 

M 16348. 
No. 3, Squirrel-cage rotor principles. © July 1, 

1945; M 16349. 

Electrical work, wiring. © Ray-Bell films, inc., 
St. Paul. 5222-5232 

Electrical circuit faults. © July 1, 1945; M 

16355. 
Installing conduit. © July 1, 1945; M 16351. 
Installing surface metal raceway. © July 1, 1945; 

M 16359. 
Joining solid conductors. © July 1, 1945; M 

16356. 
Power bending conduit. © July 1, 1945; M 16360. 
Preparing old buildings for wiring. © July 1, 

1945; M 16358. 
Roughing -in non-metallic sheathed cable. © 

July 1, 1945; M 16353. 
Soldering lugs and splicing stranded conductors. 

© July 1, 1945; M 16357. 
Three-wire service entrance. © July 1, 1945; 

M 16352. 
Wire sizes and voltage drop. © July 1, 1945; M 

16350. 
Wiring old building with armored cable. © 

July 1, 1945; M 16354. 

The engine assembly. See Automotive operation 
and maintenance, preventive maintenance. 

Engine change, installation. See Aircraft work,' 
power plant maintenance. 



Engine change, removal. See Aircraft work, power 
plant maintenance. 

Engine tests and tune up. See Automotive operation 
and maintenance, preventive maintenance. 

Federal operator 99; chaps. 7-12. © July 6, 1945; 
L 13463; Republic pictures corp., New York. 

5233 

Flirty birdy. © Sept. 6, 1945; L 13505; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 5234 

Floodlight murder. See Secret agent X-9. 

Foo a little bally-hoo. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 16321; 
Soundles distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5235 

Fresh airedale. © Sept. 24, 1945; M 16308; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5236 

A friend of yours. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 16397; Soundles 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5237 

Gabriel Heatter reporting. © Sept. 28, 1945; M 
16375; Universal co., inc., New York. 

5238 

Girls of the big house. © Sept. 2, 1945; L 13521; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 5239 

Going my way. © Feb. 25, 1944; L 13471; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5240 

Goofy news views. © June 21, 1945; L 13515; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 5241 

Got no time. © Oct. 1, 1945; M 16365; Soundles 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5242 

Gotta be this or that. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 16401; 
Soundles distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5243 

The great American mug. © Sept. 12, 1945; L 
13504; Loew's, inc., New York. 5244 

Grinding multiple -point carbide tools. See Carbide 
cutting tools. 

Grinding single-point carbide tools. See Carbide 
cutting tools. 

Guest pests. © Sept. 20, 1945; L 13506; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 5245 

A gun in hand. © Sept. 11, 1945; L 13508; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 5246 

A harbor goes to France. © June 14, 1945; M 16378; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5247 

Hare conditioned. © Sept. 20, 1945; M 16297; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5248 

Here come the navy bands. © Oct. 10, 1945; M 
16383; Vitaphone corp., New York. 5249 

High pressure deadline. See Secret agent X-9. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I. n. s.. v. 18 



Hillbilly artist. © Sept. 29, 1945; M 16376; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 5250 

Hot and hectic. © Sept. 27, 1945; L 13513; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 5251 

I love a bandleader. © Sept. 13, 1945; L 13501; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

5252 

I was here when you left me. © Oct. 1, 1945; M 
16368; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5253 

I'll meet you down by the old pig pen. © Oct. 1, 
1945; M 16363; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 5254 

Installing conduit. See Electrical work, wiring. 

Installing surface metal raceway. See Electrical 
work, wiring. 

Installing valves in engine room systems, pt. 1. 
See Shipbuilding skills, pipefitting. 

Installing valves in engine room systems, pt. 2. 
See Shipbuilding skUls, pipefitting. 

Iowa. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 16400; Soundies distribut- 
ing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 5255 

Ireland. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 16386; Time, inc., New 
York. 5256 

Jasper's close shave. © Sept. 28, 1945; L 13523; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 5257 

Joining solid conductors. See Electrical work, 
wiring. 

Junior miss; from the stage play by Jerome Chodo- 
rov & Joseph Fields, based upon the stories by 
Sally Benson. © June 16, 1945; L 13511; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 5258 

Kanine aristocrats. © Sept. 7, 1945; M 16312; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 5259 

Kiss and tell. © Sept. 20, 1945; L 13474; Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5260 

Love, honor and goodbye. © Aug. 29, 1945; L 
13525; Republic pictures Corp., New York. 5261 

Man from Oklahoma. © Aug. 2, 1945; L 13484; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 5262 

Marshal of Laredo; based on Fred Harman's famous 
NEA comic. © Sept. 8, 1945; L 13483; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 5263 

Men in her diary; from an original story by Kerry 
Shaw. © Sept. 7, 1945; L 13482; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 5264 

Men of medicine. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 18387; Time 
inc., New York. 5265 

MiEspafia. © Dec. 30, 1943; M 16362; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5266 



Mighty Mouse and the pirates. © Jan. 12, 1945; L 
13465; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

5267 

Modern Guatemala city. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 16324; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 5268 

The mosquito. See AEsops fable. 

Movietone news; v. 27, nos. 101-104, v. 28, nos. 
1-6. © Aug. 17, 21, 24, 28, 31, Sept. 4, 7,11, 14, 
18, 1945; M 16288-16290, 16296, 16371-16373, 
16403-16405; Movietonews, inc., New York. 

5269-5278 

My baby said yes. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 16314; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5279 

The Nation's capital. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 16388; 
Time, inc., New York. 5280 

Nautical but nice. © Sept. 14, 1945; L 13468; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 5281 

The new South. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 16389; Time, 
inc., New York. 5282 

New ways in farming. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 16390; 
Time, inc., New York. 5283 

News of the day; v. 16, nos. 299-303, v. 17, nos. 
200-202. © Aug. 22, 24, 29, 31, Sept. 4, 6, 12, 
14, 1945; M 16293, 16294, 16322, 16323, 16369, 
16370, 16380, 16381; Hearst metrotone news, 
inc., New York. 5284-5291 

Oh, Marie. © Oct. 1, 1945; M 16366; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5292 

Oira polka. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 16396; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5293 

On stage everybody. © July 27, 1945; L 13479; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 5294 

Orders from Tokyo. © Sept. 13, 1945; L 13467; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 5295 

Outdoor living. © Dec. 24, 1944; M 16292; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 5296 

Outlaws of the Rockies. © Sept. 18, 1945; L 13502; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

5297 



Paris underground; based upon the book by Etta 
Shiber, in collaboration with Anne Dupre, Paul 
Dupre & Oscar Ray. © Sept. 14, 1945; L 13477; 
Constance Bennett productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 5298 

Periodic inspection, engine. See Aircraft work, 
preventive maintenance. 

Phantom of the plains; based on Fred Harman's 
comic. © Aug. 16, 1945; L 13494; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 5299 



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5334 



Play In the snow. © July 3, 1945; M 16393; Ency- 
clopaedia britannica films, inc., New York. 

5300 

The pocket book of basic English, pts. 1-4. See 
Basic English. 

Polish mazur. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 16320; Soundies 
distributing Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5301 

Power bending conduit. See Electrical work, wir- 
ing. 

Preflight inspection, airplane. See Aircraft work, 
preventive maintenance. 

Preflight inspection, engine. See Aircraft work, 
preventive maintenance. 

Preparing old buildings for wiring. See Electrical 
work, wiring. 

Purity squad. © Sept. 11, 1945; L 13520; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 5302 

The Purple Monster strikes; chaps. 1-6. ©Aug. 3, 
1945; L 13462; Republic pictures Corp., New 
York. 5303 

Rhapsody in blue. © Sept. 22, 1945; L 13486; 
Warner brothers pictures, inc., New York. 5304 

Rhythm rhapsody. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 16318; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5305 

Ringed by fire. See Secret agent X-9. 

Rotating magnetic fields. See Electrical work, 
electrical machinery. 

Roughing -in non- metallic sheathed cable. See 
Electrical work, wiring. 

Russia at war. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 16391; Time, 
inc., New York. 5306 

Russian peasant dance. © Oct. 1, 1945; M 16364; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5307 

Sandin' Joe. © Sept. 10, 1945; M 16299; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5308 

School for mermaids. © Sept. 7, 1945; M 16311; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 5309 

Sccfcch boogie. © Sept. 10, 1945; M 16303; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5310 

Secret agent X-9. © Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 5311-5319 

Chap. no. 1, Torpedo rendezvous. © July 30, 

1945; L 13488. 
Chap. no. 2, Ringed by fire. © July 30, 1945; 

L 13489. 
Chap. no. 3, Death curve. © July 30, 1945; L 

13490. 
Chap. no. 4, Floodlight murder. ©Aug. 27, 1945; 

L 13491. 



Chap. no. 5, Doom downgrade. © Aug. 27, 1945; 

L 13492. 
Chap. no. 6, Strafed by a zero. © Aug. 27, 1945- 

L 13493. 
Chap. no. 7, High pressure deadline. © Sept. 7, 

1945; L 13497. 
Chap. no. 8, The dropping floor. © Sept. 7, 1945; 

L 13498. 
Chap. no. 9, The danger point. © Sept. 7, 1945; 

L 13499. 

Shady lady. © Sept. 7, 1945; L 13478; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 5320 

Shame on you. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 16398; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5321 

Shape ahoy. © Apr. 27, 1945; L 13473; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 5322 

Shipbuilding skills, pipefitting. © Gene K. Walker, 
San Francisco. 5323, 5324 

No. 8, Installing valves in engine room systems, 

pt. 1. © July 1, 1945; M 16330. 
No. 9, Installing valves in engine room systems, 

pt. 2. © July 1, 1945; M 16331. 

Soldering lugs and splicing stranded conductors. 
See Electrical work, wiring. 

Spade Cooley, king of western swing. © Oct. 1, 
1945; M 16338; Warner bros. pictures, Inc., 
New York. 5325 

Squirrel-cage rotor principles. See Electrical 
work, electrical machinery. 

Stairway to light. © Sept. 12, 1945; L 13519; Loew's, 
Inc., New York. 5326 

Stars In your eyes. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 16319; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, Inc., 
Chicago. 5327 

The story of Dr. Wassell; based upon the story of 
Dr. Wassell, also upon the story by James 
Hilton. © Apr. 1, 1944; L 13472; Paramount 
pictures, Inc., New York. 5328 

Strafed by a zero. See Secret agent X-9. 

Strange confession; based on a composition by Jean 
Bart. © Sept. 28, 1945; L 13512; Universal 
pictures co., Inc., New York. 5329 

Strange destiny. © Sept. 11, 1945; L 13507; Loew's, 
Inc., New York. 5330 

Strange holiday. © July 30, 1945; L 13475; Elite 
pictures, Hollywood, Calif. 5331 

Stuff like that there. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 16317; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, Inc., 
Chicago. 5332 



Sunset In El Dorado. © Sept. 29, 1945; L 13509; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 5333 

Sweden. © Sept. 1, 1945; M 16392; Time, inc., New 
York. 5334 



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Sweetheart of all my dreams. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 
16315; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5335 

Swimcapades. © Sept. 22, 1945; M 16309; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5336 

Swing rhumba. © Sept. 17, 1945; M 16316; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5337 

Synco-smooth swing. © Sept. 27, 1945; L 13514; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 5338 

That night with you; based upon a story by Arnold 
Belgard. © Sept. 21, 1945; L 13496; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 5339 

That's the Hawaiian in me. © Oct. 15, 1945; M 
16395; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5340 

There are eighty-eight reasons why. © Sept. 10, 
1945; M 16301; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 5341 

Three-wire service entrance. See Electrical work, 
wiring. 

Tipping the scales. © July 23, 1945; M 16374; 
General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 5342 

'Tisyou, babe. © Sept. 10, 1945; M 16298; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5343 

Torpedo rendezvous. See Secret agent X-9. 

Trouble shooting problems, fuel induction. See 
Aircraft work, power plant maintenance. 

Trouble shooting problems, ignition. See Aircraft 
work, power plant maintenance. 

Trouble shooting problems, mechanical and lubri- 
cation. See Aircraft work, power plant main- 
tenance. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Universal newsreel; v. 18, nos. 415-423, 425-429, 
V-J special. © July 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, Aug. 2, 
7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, Sept. 4, 1945; M 
16278-16281, 16304-16307, 16325-16329, 16336, 
16337; Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

5344-5358 

Unusual occupations; L 4-6. © Sept. 14, 1945; M 
- 16295; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

5359 

Village of the past. © Sept. 7, 1945; M 16313; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 5360 

Wagon heels. © Oct. 10, 1945; M 16382; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5361 

Waikiki melody. © July 27, 1945; L 13487; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 5362 

Welcome danger. © Oct. 20, 1929; L 13476; Harold 
Lloyd corp., Beverly Hills, Calif. 5363 

We're stepping out tonight. © Sept. 10, 1945; M 
16302; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5364 

What a picnic. © Sept. 7, 1945; M 16377; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5365 

What it takes to make a star. © July 6, 1945; M 
16287; Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 5366 

Where time stands still. © Sept. 7, 1945; M 16379; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 5367 

Wire sizes and voltage drop. See Electrical work, 
wiring. 

Wiring old buildings with armored cable. See 
Electrical work, wiring. 

Ya fine and healthy thing. © Sept. 10, 1945; M 
16300; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5368 

You hit the spot. © Aug. 17, 1945; L 13470; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5369 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 

Total - - 



523 
885 

1,408 



158 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[5369 



The auction block; adapted from the story by Rex 
Beach. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 140906, 
June 19, 1945. 1 

The avenging trail; from the novel, Gaston Olaf , by 
Henry Oyen. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
140912, June 19, 1945. 2 

The blindness of divorce. © Twentieth century -Fox 
film Corp., New York. R 140240, June 4, 1945. 

3 

Brave and bold; adapted from the story by Perley 
Poore Sheehan. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 140243, June 4, 1945. 4 

The bravest way; adapted from the story by Edith 
Kennedy . © Paramount pictures , inc . , New York . 
R 140220, May 29, 1945. 5 

The bride of fear; adapted from the story by Bennett 
Cohn. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. R 140237, June 4, 1945. 6 

The Cinderella man; adapted from the story by 
Edward Childs Carpenter. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 140909, June 19, 1945. 7 

Confession; adapted from the story by S. A. Frank- 
lin. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. R 140245, June 4, 1945. 8 

A doll's house; adapted from the story by Henrik 
Ibsen. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 140219, May 29, 1945. 9 

Draft 258. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 140903, 
June 19, 1945. 10 

The eternal mother; founded on the novel, Red Horse 
hill, by Sidney McCall. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 140907, June 19, 1945. 11 

Fighting odds. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
140897, June 19, 1945. 12 

The firebrand; adapted from the story by E. Lloyd 
Sheldon. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 140246, June 4, 1945. 13 

The firefly of France; adapted from the story by 
Marion Polk Angellotti. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 140221, May 29, 1945. 14 

Gaston Olaf. See The avenging trail. 

Gismonda. See Love's conquest. 

Her final reckoning; founded on a novel by Jules 
Claretie. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 140222, May 29, 1945. 15 



Her one mistake; adapted from the story by George 
Scarborough. © Twentieth century -Fox film 
corp., New York. R 140239, June 4, 1945. 16 

Hit-The -Trail Holliday. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 140205, May 29, 1945. 17 

The house of silence; adapted from the novel of 
Elwyn Barron. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 140209, May 29, 1945. 18 

Love me for myself alone. See The square de- 
ceiver. 

Love's conquest; based on Victorian Sardou's drama, 
Gismonda. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 140218, May 29, 1945. 19 

Mile-A-Minute Kendall; from the play by Owen 
Davis. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 140212, May 29, 1945. 20 

Missing; based on the novel by Mrs. Humphrey Ward. 
© Paramount pictures, inc., New York. R 
140216, May 29, 1945. 21 

Moonshine. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 140213, May 29, 1945. 22 

More truth than poetry. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 140898, June 19, 1945. 23 

Nearly married; adapted from the story by Edgar 
Selwyn. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 140904, 
June 19, 1945. 24 

A neighbor's keyhole. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film Corp., New York. R 140247, June 4, 1945. 

25 

Nobody. See The outsider. 

Old wives for new; adapted from the story by David 
Graham Phillips. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 140214, May 29, 1945. 26 

The outsider; adapted from the novel, Nobody, by 
Louis Joseph Vance. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 140901, June 19, 1945. 27 



Outwitted; adapted from the original story by 
Charles A. Logue. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 140902, June 19, 1945. 28 

Peg o' the pirates; adapted from the story by W. L. 
Randall. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 140244, June 4, 1945. 29 

Prunella. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 140215, May 29, 1945. 30 

Red Horse hill. See The eternal mother. 



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Red, white and blue blood; adapted from the story 
by Shannon Fife. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 
140911, June 19, 1945. 31 

Rich man, poor man; from the novel by Maximilian 
Foster & the play by George Broadhurst. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. R 140211, 
May 29, 1945. 32 

A sleeping memory; adapted from the novel ofE. 
Phillips Oppenheim. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 140899, June 19, 1945. 33 

The soul of Buddha; adapted from the story by Theda 
Bara. © Twentieth century-Fox film corp.,New 
York. R 140241, June 4, 1945. 34 

The square deceiver; adapted from Francis Perry 
Elliott's novel, Love me for myself alone. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 140908, June 19, 
1945. 35 

Sunshine Alley; adapted from the story by Mary 
Rider. © Loew's, inc., New York. R 140900, 
June 19, 1945. 36 

Thais; adapted from the story by Anatole France. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 140910, June 19, 
1945. 37 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



True blue; adapted from the story by Frank Lloyd. 
© Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 
R 140242, June 4, 1945. 38 

Viviette; from the book by Wm. J. Locke. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. R 140217, 
May 29, 1945. 39 

The voice of conscience; adapted from the original 
story by Finis Fox. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 140905, June 19, 1945. 40 

A waiter's wasted life. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film Corp., New York. R 140236, June 4, 1945. 

41 



Western blood; adapted from the story by Tom Mix. 
© Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 
R 140238, June 4, 1945. 42 



The white man's law; adapted from the story by 
Marion Fairfax & John B. Browne. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 140210, May 29, 
1945. 43 



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Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
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A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
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din 



CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement 
of authorship is given. 



Adam and Eve evolute; or, The weak- 
er sex. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 
96005; Harry A. Truax, San Fran- 
cisco. 5370 

The adventure of Blinker Blotto. © 
1 c. Nov. 22, 1945; D 96105; David 
Levy, Washington, D. C. 5371 

Adventures in dramatics; by Anita 
Waltrip Crust. © Sept. 27, 1945; 
D 95821; Row, Peterson & Co., 
Evanston, 111. 5372 

After you. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1945; D 
96420; Andrew Rosenthal, New 
York. 5373 

Alexander the Great; by Mrs. Paul E. 
Kohler, jr. [i. e. G. F. Dole] © 1 
c. Nov. 8, 1945; D 95995; Grace 
Fuller Dole, New York. 5374 

All that glitters; by Naomi Corvin 
[pseud, of C. N. D'Amato] © 1 c. 
Nov. 27, 1945; D 96144; Camilla N. 
D'Amato, New York. 5375 

The ambassador of death. See The 
return of Nick Carter. 

Ambassador with a guitar; script nos. 
1, 2. © 1 c. each Nov. 23, 1945; D 
96107, 96108; Don W. Lyon, New 
York. 5376, 5377 

American school of the air, story of 
America; no. 7, The case of Peter 
Zenger, Nov. 12, 1945. © Nov. 12, 
1945; D 96350; Columbia broadcast- 
ing system, inc., New York. 5378 

Amico — my friend. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 
1945; D 96092; Odette Trepel, 
Brooklyn. 5379 

Amongst men of good will; by Wil- 
liam D. Crane. © Oct. 12, 1945; 
D 95842; Row, Peterson & Co., 
Evanston, 111. 5380 

The angel goes to hell. © 1 c. Nov. 
30, 1945; D 96167; Norman L. 
Lowndes, New York. 5381 



Animal crackers; adapted from 
Grimm's fairy tales, by Kathleen 
Murphy Kotz. © Nov. 20, 1945; 
D 96423; Row, Peterson & Co., 
Evanston, 111. 5382 

Animal fair; by A. Frank Katzentine. 
© A. Frank Katzentine, d. b. a. Ra- 
dio station WKAT, Miami Beach, 
Fla. 5383-5387 

Oct. 27, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; 
D 96444. 

Nov. 8, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1945; 

D 95810. 
Nov. 10, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 

1945; D 96016. 

Nov. 17, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 
1945; D 96126. 

' Nov. 24, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 
1945; D 96171. 

Anne, my long ago dream; text & mu- 
sic by L. G. Hoffman. © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1945 ; D 76465 ; Lota Grace Hoff- 
man, Detroit. 5388 

Apollo didn't wear a hat. © 1 c. Oct. 
20, 1945; D 95608; Jacob J. Gordon, 
Chicago. 5389 

The army's quick demobilization plan. 
© 1 c. Nov. 3, 1945; D 95758; Hen- 
ry A. Singer, Baltimore. 5390 

Arsen. See The Lone Ranger. 

As I wander. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1945; 
D 96002; John Jacob Niles & Liz 
Wilson, New York. 5391 

Assignment for the Prof.; Aug. 27, 
1945, by Russell Hughes & Bernard 
Feins. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 
95956; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
co., Wilmington, Del. 5392 

The atomic baby; by James Newcomb 
[pseud, of J. Cohn] & Lion M. 
Morge [pseud, of M. Morgenstern] 
© 1 c. Oct. 28, 1945; D 96442; 
James Cohn & Morris Morgenstern, 
New York. 5393 



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5394 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



The atomic blonde. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 
1945; D 95789; Allan Dunn, Brook- 
lyn. 5394 

Attic stairway murder mystery. See 
Dr. Christian. 

The Avenger; by Gilbert Braun. © 
1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 95974; Clare 
M. Boyd, New York. 5395 

Away we go. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1945; 
D 95964; William White Howells, 
Washington, D. C. 5396 

Backfire. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1945; D 
96093 ; Louise Peple Armstrong, 
Richmond. 5397 

Bad girl. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1945; D 
95616; Richard Walter Brown, 
Philadelphia. 5398 

Barley boys. See Kriegies up. 

Bat Boy. See House of mystery. 

The battle to stay alive ; based on The 
conquest of epidemic disease, Sept. 
24, 1945, by Arthur Arent. © 1 c. 
Nov. 14, 1945; D 95960; E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilming- 
ton, Del. 5399 

Bayou. See The Shadow. 

Beginners' lucky seven; by Dorothy 
Webber Caton. © Sept. 4, 1945; 
D 95822; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, 111. 5400 

Behind the mask. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Behold the living Venus; by P. H. Dar 
[pseud, of P. E.] Boggia. © 1 c. 
Oct. 2, 1945; D 95786; Pio Enrico 
Boggia, New York. 5401 

Les berceaux vides; de Victor Veke- 
man. © Sept. 1, 1945; D 95862; 
The Federation of Cercles Lacor- 
daire & Ste Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall 
River, Mass. 5402 

The best plays of 1944-45, and the 
year book of the drama in America ; 
ed. by Burns Mantle. © Nov. 19, 
1945; A 191506; Dodd, Mead & co., 
inc., New York. 5403 

A bit of old Erin; text & music by 
R. M. Harlow, arr. by E. W. Conrad 
& M. Squires. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 
1945; D 76475; Ruth Meyer Har- 
low, Edna W. Conrad & Margaret 
Squires, Midway City, Calif. 5404 



The black feather. See The Green 
Hornet. 

The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of 
God; The Madonna of Nazareth. 
© 1 c. Sept. 28, 1945; D 95787; 
Simon John Draugelis, Cincinnati. 

5405 

Blue road. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1945; 
D 96018 ; Alfred D. Geto, New York. 

5406 

Boccace conte 19. See Ginevra. 

Bowery follies. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1945; 
D 96004; Mark Linder, New York. 

5407 

The boys; by Ethel Gibby [i. e. E. G. 
Flamma] © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1945; 
D 96301; Ethel Gibby Flamma, 
New York. 5408 

The brass ring. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1945; 
D 96157; George Eells, New York. 

5409 

Breakfast at Sadie's. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 
1945; D 95609; James J. Coghlan, 
Jersey City. 5410 

Broken rehearsal; by Nellie McCaslin. 
© Sept. 14, 1945; D 95824; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5411 

The burning cross; by Albert Monn 
[pseud, of A. Solomon] © 1 c. Oct. 
3, 1945; D 95615; Albert Solomon, 
Brooklyn. 5412 

Calico cargo; book by Albert M. Ot- 
tenheimer, based on a story by Will 
G. Mutch & Bonnie Bird, with the 
collaboration of Marijo Lawrence, 
Marjorie Nelson & Earl Nicholson, 
lyrics by Pearl Albino, additional 
lyrics by Florence Stewart, music 
by George Frederick McKay & Hel- 
en Taverniti. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1945; 
D 76467; Seattle repertory play- 
house, inc., Seattle. 5413 

Call it coincidence; audition script. 
© 1 c. Oct. 30, 1945; D 95671; Joe 
Bates Smith & Ruth Cornwall 
Woodman, New York. 5414 

The call of duty. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1945 ; 
D 95683 ; Vida Mae Sanderson, New 
York. 5415 

Call of the ages ; by Helen E. Waite & 
Elbert M. Hoppenstedt. © Sept. 
27, 1945 ; D 95818 ; Row, Peterson & 
co., Evanston, 111. 5416 



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5443 



Calling all girls club [by L. Kermit 
Lyons] © Calling all girls, inc., 
New York. 5417-5430 

Program nos. 77-84. © 1 c. each 

Oct. 6, 1945; D 96468-96475. 
Program nos. 85-90. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 14, 1945; D 95981-95986. 

Calling Linda Condon; by Marianne 
Rieser. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1945; D 
96020; Ferdinand Rieser, Zurich, 
Switzerland. 5431 

Camel brigade-part 1, The start. See 
The Lone Ranger. 

Camel brigade-part 2, Quicksand. See 
The Lone Ranger. 

Camel brigade, part 3, Deep water, 
conclusion. See The Lone Ranger. 

A candle for the Christmas guest; 
based on an old Christmas legend, 
by Susan Welty. © Sept. 27, 1945 ; 
D 95817; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, 111. 5432 

Candy store. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; 
D 95979; Eli Cantor, New York. 

5433 

Captain Richard De Filadelfia [Span- 
ish text] © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1945; D 
95656; Christovam De Camargo, 
Buenos Aires. 5434 

Caravan; text by Frances Klenett 
[i. e. F. K. Salzman] & George 
Goetschius, music by Frances Klen- 
ett. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1945; D 76470; 
Frances Klenett Salzman, St. Al- 
bans, N. Y. 5435 

Cargo over Burma; Sept. 3, 1945, by 
Jack Denove. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945 ; 
D 95957 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& co., Wilmington, Del. 5436 

Case history. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1945; 
D 95972; Harry Brick & Sam D. 
Shrut, New York. 5437 

Case of Bielanski-Tillotson. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of Ivan Sullivan. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of Joseph Dunbar Medley. See 
Gang busters. 



Case of Madame Le Docteur. 
David Harding — counterspy. 



See 



Case of Moon Horgan gang. See 
Gang busters. 

The case of Peter Zenger. See Amer- 
ican school of the air. 

The case of the all-day scramble. [By 
William Lambert] © 1 c. May 10, 
1945; D 93433; Kaufman's, Colo- 
rado Springs. 5438 

The case of the Christmas treasures. 
[By William Lambert) © 1 c. May 
10, 1945; D 93432; Kaufman's, 
Colorado Springs. 5439 



Case of the fake refugees. 
Harding — counterspy. 



See David 



The case of the feminine heart key. 
[By William Lambert] © 1 c. May 
10, 1945; D 93435; Kaufman's Colo- 
rado Springs. 5440 

Case of the girl with the photographic 
mind. See David Harding — coun- 
terspy. 



The case of the golden seed, 
return of Nick Carter. 



See The 



The case of the hot glamour. [By 
William Lambert] © 1 c. May 10, 
1945; D 93434; Kaufman's, Colo- 
rado Springs. . 5441 



The case of the howling horse. 
The return of Nick Carter. 



See 



Case of the hypnotized girl, 
vid Harding — counterspy. 



See Da- 



The case of the insane house. 
The return of Nick Carter. 



See 



The case of the junior marksman. 
[By William Lambert] © 1 c. May 
10, 1945; D 93431; Kaufman's, Colo- 
rado Springs. 5442 

Case of the smuggled war criminals. 
See David Harding — counterspy. 

The case of the weeping clown. See 
The return of Nick Carter. 

The case of the whistling Venus. See 
The return of Nick Carter. 

The case of the worried worm. See 
The return of Nick Carter. 

Cash and Carrie; by Dorothy Rood 
Stewart. © Sept. 25,' 1945; D 
95849; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 5443 



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The cash quiz contest for the listening 
audience. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1945; D 
96145; Louis Silverstein, Brooklyn. 

5444 

Caught in the jam; by Ethel T. Wol- 
verton. © Aug. 22, 1945; D 96530; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 5445 

Cavalcade of voices, one man forum. 
© 1 c. Nov. 26, 1945; D 96140; Wil- 
fred Joseph Ennis, Ridgewood, N. Y. 

5446 

Chain letter. See Dr. Christian. 

Chairborne. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1945; 
D 96003 ; Sidney J. Abel, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 5447 

Challenge to Catherine. © 1 c. Oct. 
23, 1945; D 95613; Dorothy Phillips 
& Lenore Mummy, White Plains, 
N. Y. 5448 

Champagne for the press. © 1 c. 
Nov. 6, 1945; D 95782; Frederick 
A. Russell, Cincinnati. 5449 

Chanticleer and Partlet. © 1 c. Oct. 
30, 1945; D 95661; James Murray, 
Somerville, Mass. 5450 

Charades radiophoniques. © 1 c. Oct. 
29, 1945; D 96448; Julien Riopel, 
Montreal. 5451 

Charlotte Corday [et] Le chef; [de] 
Drieu La Rochelle. © Feb. 20, 
1944; D 95411; Librairie Gallimard, 
Paris. 5452 

The Chase and Sanborn program. © 
Edgar John Bergen, Hollywood, Los 
Angeles, Calif. 5453-5456 

Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 1945. © 1 c. 
each Oct. 24, 1945; D 95618- 
95620. 

Oct. 21, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; 
D 95699. 

Cheerio, my daughter; by Mrs. Paul 
E. Kohler, jr. [i. e. G. F. Dole] © 
1 c. Oct. 9, 1945; D 95996; Grace 
Fuller Dole, New York. 5457 

Children of night. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 
1945; D 95770; Nicholas Morgen- 
stern, New York. 5458 

Children, this is your father; Oct. 15, 
1945, by Priscilla Kent. © 1 c. 
Nov. 14, 1945; D 95963; E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & co., Wilming- 
ton, Del. 5459 



The choir of Bethlehem; text by Edith 
Sanford Tillotson, music by Noel 
Benson [pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] ; 
mixed voices. © Aug. 31, 1945; 
D 76463; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, 
O. 5460 

Christmas comes to Mr. Munch; by 
Jean Kaiser & Lyla Waterbury 
Haynes. © Sept. 19, 1945; D 
95823; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 5461 

Christmas holiday. See Lux radio 
theatre. 

The Christus. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1945; 
D 95808; Ray Charles Winning- 
ham, Raiford, Fla. 5462 

Cinderella '46; by June Carroll & 
Robert Duke, lyrics by J. Carroll, 
music by David Raksin. [Text 
only] © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; D 
96210; Leonard Sillman, West Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 5463 

The city mouse. © 1 c. Oct. 31, 1945; 
D 95670 ; Albert Norman Saltzman. 
Belleville, Pa. 5464 

Comic strip; or, Willie Kringle. © 1 
c. Nov. 1, 1945; D 95703; A. B. 
Shiffrin, Brooklyn. 5465 

The coming morn. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1945; D 96135; John B. O'Dea, Long- 
Beach, Calif. 5466 

Comment on se trompe; de Victor 
Vekeman. © Sept. 1, 1945; D 
95858; The Federation of Cercles 
Lacordaire & Ste Jeanne d'Arc, inc., 
Fall River, Mass. 5467 

Conjuring trick; by Pan Gilbert & F. 
Porges. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1942; D 
95896; Frederick Porges, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5468 

A conversation between a new draftee 
and his sergeant*. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 
1945; D 96009; Eunice Chapin 
Lockhart, Rochester, N. Y. 5469 

Corn. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 96012; 
Loyd Thompson, Hot Springs, Ark. 

5470 

Country store quiz; or, Hiram's coun- 
try store. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1945; 
D 96132; George Ande, Oklahoma 
City. 5471 

County agent; script nos. 3-5. © 1 



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5500 



c. each Nov. 4, 1945; D 95778- 
95780 ; Gail Woodruff Comptort, Chi- 
cago. 5472-5474 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New 
York. 5475-5480 

Nos. 269, 270, Oct. 14, 21, 1945. © 
1 c. each Oct. 30, 1945; D 95659, 
95660. 

Nos. 271, 272, Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 1945. 
© 1 c. each Nov. 9, 1945; D 95863, 
95864. 

Nos. 273, 274, Nov. 11, 18, 1945. © 
1 c. each Nov. 27, 1945; D 96133, 
96134. 

Cross country tours; or, Know your 
nation. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1945; D 
96019; Beverly Buchalter & James 
Ross, Chicago. 5481 

Cupid fiddles; by F. Herbert Fog. © 
1 c. Nov. 15, 1945; D 95973; F. Her- 
bert Fog, inc., Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 

5482 

Dad's welcome; Lesson in orchestra- 
tion. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 
96010; Eunice Chapin Lockhart, 
Rochester, N. Y. 5483 

La dame en noir; de Victor Vekeman. 
© Sept. 1, 1945; D 95857; The Fed- 
eration of Cercles Lacordaire & Ste 
Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall River, Mass. 

5484 

Dame Margery sees too much; a 
dramatization by Mary Thurman 
Pyle of Howard Pyle's famous 
story, How Dame Margery Twist 
saw more than was good for her. 
© Sept. 14, 1945; D 95832; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5485 

Daphne; by Florence May. © Sept. 
4, 1945; D 95602; Stage door play 
co., Pasadena, Calif. 5486 

Date with a disc. © Enoch Light, 
New York. 5487, 5488 

Radio script BM. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 

1945; D 95899. 
Radio script JMJ. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 

1945; D 95690. 

David Harding — counterspy, by Phil- 
lips H. Lord. © Lord, inc., New 
York. 5489-5493 

Program no. 171, Case of the hyp- 
notized girl. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1945; 
D 95791. 



Program no. 173, Case of the fake 
refugees. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1945; 
D 95792. 

Program no. 174, Case of the girl 
with the photographic mind. © 
1 c. Nov. 6, 1945; D 95793. 

Program no. 175, Case of the smug- 
gled war criminals. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1945; D 95941. 

Program no. 176, Case of Madame 
Le Docteur, © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1945; 
D 95942. 

Deadwood Creek. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1945. D 96172; Lew Weinblatt, 
New York. 5494 

Dear enemy. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1945; 
D 96181; Mary Hayley Bell, Den- 
ham Village, Bucks, England. 5495 

The death of Jedidah. See The story 
of the Bible, Josiah sequence. 

The death of Josiah. See The story 
of the Bible, Josiah and Jeremiah 
sequence. 

The death of Zebudah. See The story 
of the Bible, Josiah sequence. 

Death rises out of the sea. See The 
Shadow. 

Death takes the stage. See House of 
mystery. 

A deer of another color; by Earl J. 
Dias. © Sept. 27, 1945; D 95850; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5496 

Destiny takes a holiday; or, I can't 
stand it any longer. © 1 c. Nov. 
9, 1945; D 95872; Herbert Lewis 
Swan, Los Angeles. 5497 

Destry rides again. See Lux radio 
theatre. 

Detect-a-car. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; 
D 95977; Milton J. Kramer, New 
York. 5498 

Detect-a-tune program ; audition 
script. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1945; D 
96106; Phillip G. Back, Little Rock, 
Ark. 5499 

The dippy fire department; by Arthur 
L. Kaser. © Nov. 16, 1945; D 
96077; T. S. Denison & co., Min- 
neapolis. 5500 



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A director's lot is not a happy one. 
© 1 c. Oct. 26, 1945; D 95652; Vir- 
ginia Taylor Englander, Columbus, 
O. 5501 

Discreet madness. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1945; D 96080; Alice Sophie Holl, 
North Haven, Conn. 5502 

A Divine Child is born; by Francis 
J. Kelley, with a foreword by Fran- 
cis L. Archdeacon. © Nov. 20, 
1945; D 96385; Queen's work, inc., 
St. Louis. 5503 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 5504-5510 

Episode no. 359, Chain letter. © 1 
c. Oct. 20, 1945; D 95593. 

Episode no. 360, The attic stairway 
murder mystery. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 
1945; D 95594. 

Episode no. 361, Playboy. © 1 c. 

Nov. 14, 1945; D 96067. 
Episode no. 362, Sterling silver. © 

1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 96068. 

Episode no. 363, The last awaken- 
ing. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 
96069. 

Episode no. 364, The long lane. © 
1 c. Nov. 29, 1945; D 96254. 

Episode no. 365, The philandering 
ghost. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1945; D 
96255. 

Donovan. See The Lone Ranger. 

Doublecross. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1945; 
D 95630; Rosalind Darrow, Pater- 
son, N. J. 5511 

A dragon, a hero and a king; by 
Louise Gauss. © Oct. 3, 1945; D 
95847; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 5512 

Dream stuff. See First nighter. 

Drums in the night; by Paul S. Mc- 
Coy. © Oct. 25, 1945; D 95946; 
Drama guild publishers, Boston. 

5513 

Dual personality; book, lyrics & music 
by Rulon Jones. © Aug. 27, 1945; 
D 76474; Rulon Jones pub. co., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 5514 

The Duchess of Malfi. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1945; D 95637; Wystan Hugh Au- 
den, New York. 5515 

Duet for two hands. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1945; D 96182; Mary Hayley Bell, 



Denham Village, Bucks, England. 

5516 

Dunnigan's daughter. © 1 c. Oct. 
26, 1945; D 95687; S. N. Behrman, 
Ridgefield, Conn. 5517 

Dynamite! Handle with care! © 1 c. 
Nov. 12, 1945; D 95948; Henni Car- 
ren, Forest Hills, N. Y. 5518 

The dyspeptic enjoys his dinner. © 
1 c. Nov. 8, 1945; D 95812; Judith 
Litante, New York. 5519 

E-Z-OFF. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1945; D 
96148; William H. Lieberson & Jo- 
seph Schulman, New York. 5520 

Each to his own kind; by Lazar Boro- 
din. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 95917; 
Lazar Borodulin, Brooklyn. 5521 

Easy programs for Christmas; ed. by 
Theodore Johnson. © Nov. 14, 
1945; AA 501110; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5522 

Easy swing time novelties; by A. L. 
Laufe. © Oct. 13, 1945; D 95635; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 5523 

The editor decides. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1945; D 95634; Elizabeth A. Bliss, 
Manhasset, N. Y. 5524 

Emanu-el — God is with us. See The 
eternal light. 

Emeralds and chemicals. © 1 c. Nov. 
16, 1945; D 96001; Lucille Camps, 
New York. 5525 

The enchanted garden; text & music 
by Ha Louise [i. e. I. G.] Stoflet. 
© 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 76471; Ila 
Grace Stoflet, Carmel, Calif. 5526 

End of the rainbow-right; by Eliza- 
beth K. Solem. © Aug. 10, 1945; 
D 95846; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, 111. 5527 

L'enfant de l'autre; par Victor Veke- 
man. © Sept. 1, 1945; D 95861; 
The Federation of Cercles Lacor- 
daire & Ste Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall 
River, Mass. 5528 

'Ere comes Hemmeline; episode 1. © 
1 c. Sept. 28, 1945; D 96115; Isobel 
Elizabeth Munro & Mai Douglas, 
San Francisco. 5529 

Escape time; by B. Zavin & T. Zavin. 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1945; D 96155; Ben- 
jamin Zavin & Theodora Zavin, 
New York. 5530 



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The eternal flame. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 
1945; D 95802; Max Hirschberg & 
Henry Rheinstrom, New York. 5531 

The eternal light. [By Morton Wish- 
engrad] © Jewish theological 
seminary of America, New York. 

5532-5534 

Chap. 1, A Rhode Island refuge. © 

Nov. 2, 1944; D 96386. 
Chap. 2, Emanu-el — God is with us. 

© Nov. 16, 1944; D 96387. 
Chap. 3, Jacob and the Indians. © 

Nov. 27, 1944; D 96388. 

Eupalinos; ou, L'architecte ; L'ame et 
la danse [et] Dialogue de l'arbre, 
[de] Paul Valery. © Apr. 26, 1944 ; 
D 95413; Librairie Gallimard, Par- 
is. 5535 

Even in your hearts. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 
1945; D 96112; Royal Dana Tracy, 
New York. 5536 

Every family; by Frank Colker & 
Mary Donahoe. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 
1945; D 95991; Leslie W. Kindred, 
Cynwyd, Pa. & Leon N. Neulen, 
Camden, N. J. 5537 

Evidence on hand. See The Green 
Hornet. 

Exiles in arms; bopk by K. Witchie, 
lyrics & music by H. Sidway. [Text 
only] © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1945; D 95788; 
Katherine Witchie & Hunt Sidway, 
New York. 5538 

Ex-ranger. See The Lone Ranger. 

The eyes of Texas; by Willson [i. e. 
W. W.] Whitman. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 
1945; D 96117; Wanda Willson 
Whitman, New York. 5539 

The fair counsellors. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 
1945; D 96119; Madelon June Jop- 
ling, Pasadena, Calif. 5540 

The fall of Judah. See The story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence. 

The fat man ; based on the novel Alias 
Ben Alibi, by Irvin S. Cobb. © 
July 2, 1945; D 96142; Forrest Ed- 
ward Judd, Los Angeles. 5541 

Father didn't bother; by Dana Thom- 
as. © Sept. 4, 1945; D 95601; 
Stage door play co., Pasadena. 
Calif. 5542 

The faultless detective. © 1 c. Oct. 



21, 1945; D 95606; Edward Davis 
Wood, jr., Beaumont, Calif. 5543 

Fears end. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1945; D 
95639 ; Albert H. Henderson & Jack 
Gates, New York. 5544 

Fibber McGee and Molly; Oct. 2, 9, 
16, 23, 30, 1945, [by] Don Quinn & 
Phil Leslie. © 1 c. each Nov. 13, 
1945; D 95909-95913; S. C. John- 
son & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

5545-5549 

Fifth condemned man, no. 3. See The 
Lone Ranger. 

Finger of death. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Fire god. See House of mystery. 

First nighter. © Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 5550-5553 

Oct. 20, 1945, A sign of love. [By 
Virginia Safford Lynn] © 1 c. 
Oct. 27, 1945; D 95653. 
Oct. 27, 1945, Indecision [by Nor- 
wood Chamberlin] © 1 c. Nov. 
4, 1945; D 95771. 

Nov. 3, 1945, Vote yes on love. [By 
Ed Stone] © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; 
D 96517. 

Nov. 10, 1945, Dream stuff [by Mar- 
ty Ryerson] © 1 c. Nov. 19, 
1945; D 96082. 

The first year. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1945 ; 
D 96120; Madelon J. Jopling, Pasa- 
dena, Calif. 5554 

Five favorite folk plays; dramatized 
by Kathleen Murphy Kotz. © Oct. 
24, 1945; D 95820; Row, Peterson 
& co., Evanston, 111. 5555 

Flight from destiny. © 1 c. Oct. 28, 
1945; D 95711; Dorothy Roberta 
Stevenson, Santa Fe, N. M. 5556 

Flo* joins the P. T. A.; by Hildred 
Tope. © Aug. 24, 1945; D 96538; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 5557 

Following yonder star; text by Edith 
Sanford Tillotson, music by Roy E. 
Nolte. © Aug. 31, 1945; D 764£2; 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 5558 

Footsteps following; by Lucy Ken- 
nedy [i. e. L. K. Brown] © 1 c. 
Nov. 7, 1945; D 95799; Lucy Ken- 
nedy Brown, Swarthmore, Pa. 5559 



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J^or his country; by Dora Mary Mac- 
donald. © Nov. 16, 1945; D 96078; 
T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis. 

5560 

For the love of Mike. © 1 c. Nov. 
28, 1945; D 96147; Joseph Lomuto 
& Joseph Canfora, Brooklyn. 5561 

Forget me not Pauline. © 1 c. Nov. 
16, 1945; D 96000;. Edward Eisner, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5562 

Four hands around. © 1 c. Oct. 28, 
1945; D 95705; S. K. Lauren, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 5563 

From the witness stand. © Bennett 
L. Williams, San Francisco. 

5564-5566 
The helping hand. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 

1945; D 96143. 
The hidden witness. © 1 c. Oct. 

14, 1945; D 96097. 
Two mothers and one child. © 1 
c. Oct. 4, 1945; D 96096. 

Fury grows a flower; by Marta Valk- 
ya [pseud, of T. Rantilla] © 1 c. 
Nov. 13, 1945; D 95914; Thelma 
Rantilla, Cambridge, Mass. 5567 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, 
New York. 5568-5571 

Program no. 406, Case of Ivan Sul- 
livan. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1945; D 
95794. 

Program no. 407, Case of Moon 

Horgan gang. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 

1945; D 95795. 
Program no. 408, Case of Bielanski- 

Tillotson. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1945; 

D 95796. 
Program no. 409, Case of Joseph 

Dunbar Medley. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 

1945; D 95940. 

Gateway to Valhalla; by Ben Emmet. 
© Nov. 9, 1945; D 96516; Bruce 
Humphries, inc., Boston. 5572 

Gentleman from Julesburg. See The 
Lone Ranger. 

Ghost of Don Pedro. See House Of 
mystery. 

Gk|st who forgot Halloween. See 
House of mystery. 

Ghosts never blush; by M. Dekobra & 
Eleni Aristi. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; 
D 95953; Maurice Dekobra, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5573 



Gideon's party night. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Ginevra; livret de Julien Luchaire, 
musique de Marcel Delannoy, 
d'apres sa comedie, Boccace conte 
19. [Text only] © June 30, 1942; 
D 96253; Editions Max Eschig, 
Paris. 5574 

The gismo; by Glenn [i. e. T. G.] 
Benedict. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1945; D 
96095; Truman Glenn Benedict, At- 
lanta. 5575 

The glass bowl. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; 
D 95897; Ralph G. Kaufman, New 
York. 5576 

God-of-luck. See The Green Hornet. 

Going, going, gone; by Alice G. Har- 
vey. © Sept. 19, 1945; D 96535; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 5577 

The golden ball; based on a folk tale 
of the middle ages, by Louise Gauss. 
© Nov. 27, 1945; D 96421; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5578 

Good-bye Lynwood Hall. © 1 c. Oct. 
30, 1945; D 95684; Mary Ellen 
Armstrong, Atlantic City. 5579 

The Great Gildersleeve; nos. 183-185, 
Oct. 7, 14, 21, 1945, by John Whedon 
& Sam Moore. © 1 c. each Nov. 13, 
1945; D. 95906-95908; Kraft foods 
co., Chicago. 5580-5582 

The great refusal; by Lillian Weston. 
© Sept. 5, 1945; D 96543; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 5583 

The greatest of these ; by Harriet Van 
Ollefen. © Sept. 4, 1945; D 95838; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5584 

Greek or Trojan; based on Homer's 
Iliad. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 
95900; Ellen McCaffery, New York. 

5585 

The Green Hornet; by Trendle & 
Beattie. © Green Hornet, inc., De- 
troit. 5586-5590 

No. 718, Johnny comes home. © 1 
c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 95877. 

No. 719, Too many suspects. © 1 
c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 95878. 

No. 720, The black feather. © 1 c. 
Nov. 9, 1945; D 95879. 



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no. 11, 1945 



5613 



No. 721, Evidence on hand. © 1 c. 
Nov. 9, 1945; D 95880. 

No. 722, God-of-luck. © 1 c. Nov. 
9, 1945; D 95881. 

The green scarab; by Glenn Hughes. 
© Sept. 14,-1945; D 95845; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5591 

The greener grass; by Jack Wright 
Wigfield. © Nov. 2, 1945; D 95766; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5592 

The groom said no; by Robert St. 
Clair. © Sept. 4, 1945; D 95600; 
Stage door play co., Pasadena, 
Calif. 5593 

The guiding hand; by Elmer A. Kett- 
ner. © Oct. 16, 1945; AA 496510; 
Concordia pub. house, St. Louis. 

5594 

Guilt for hire. See The Lone Ranger. 

The Hallmark Charlotte Greenwood 
show. © Charlotte Greenwood & 
Martin Broones, Los Angeles. 

5595-5599 
Oct. 7, 1945, by Andrews French & 

Hyman Alexander. © 1 c. Nov. 

13, 1945; D 95901. 
Oct. 14, 1945, by Sylvia Thalberg & 

Hi Alexander. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 

1945; D 95902. 

Oct. 21, 1945, by Betty Hopkins, 
Richard Carroll & Hi Alexander. 
© 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 95903. 

Oct. 28, 1945, [by Andrews French. 
Hi Alexander, Phil Cole, Betty 
Hopkins & Richard Carroll] © 
1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 95904. 

Nov.. 4, 1945. by Leon Meadow. Phil 
Cole & Hi Alexander. © 1 c. 
Nov. 13, 1945; D 95905. 

Hamutal and Josiah are married. See 
The story of the Bible, Josiah 
sequence. 

Hamutal meets the king. See The 
story of the Bible, Josiah sequence. 

The happiest Christmas; by Alma 
Virginia Scott. © Sept. 12, 1945; 
D 96534; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 5600 

Happy endings; by Harry E. Promise 
[pseud, of H. E. Hassall] © 1 c. 
Oct. 20, 1945; D 95624; Harold Er- 
nest Hassall, Galveston, Tex. 5601 



The happy family; a dramatization 
from the Charles Dickens' novel 
Nicholas Nickleby. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 
1945; D 95698; James Rennie, New 
York. 5602 

Happy moment. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1945; 
D 95614; David Levy, Washington, 
D. C. 5603 

Haran's mission. See The story of 
the Bible, Josiah sequence. 

Heaven in the hay; book by L. L. Las- 
koff, lyrics by Joan V. Laskoff. © 
1 c. Oct. 23, 1945; D 96449; Leo L. 
Laskoff, New York. 5604 

Heavenly distinction. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 
1945; D 96122; Symona Boniface, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5605 

Heavenly lotus; by Cecilia Sieu-ling 
Zung [pseud, of Ch'eng Hsiu-ling] 
© 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 95918; 
Ch'eng Hsiu-ling, New York. 5606 

Heidi; from the book of the same 
name, dramatized by Marie Agnes 
Foley. © Sept. 17, 1945; D 95830; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5607 

Hej Koleda; text & music by M. A. 
Dutkiewicz. © Nov. 10, 1945; D 
76477; Marie Angela Dutkiewicz, 
New Castle, Pa. 5608 

Help your neighbor; radio script, one 
show. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1945; D 
95710; Estelle D. Ginkel, ^Chicago. 

5609 

The helping hand. See From the wit- 
ness stand. 

Herbert's party; Nov. 6, 1945. © 1 
c. Nov. 16, 1945; D 96022; Cornelia 
Otis Skinner, New York. 5610 

The heritage of the lonely. © 1 c. 
Oct. 2, 1945; D 95640; Dorithy Mc- 
Mahon, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 5611 

Hi, duchess. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; 
D 96445; Harold B. Dow, Fairfield, 
Conn. 5612 

The hidden witness. See From the 
witness stand. 

Hiram's country store. See Country 
store quiz. 

His colored bride. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 
1945; D 95987; Celia Fischman, 
New York. 5613 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 18 



Histoire de rire; suive de La Casseur 
D'assiettes; de La Marguerite; et 
precede d'une Note sur le theatre, 
[de] Armand Salacrou. © Oct. 16, 
1941; D 95412; Librairie Gallimard, 
Paris. 5614 

Hitler's folly. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; 
D 95952; Eunice Chapin Lockhart, 
Rochester, N. Y. 5615 

Hold your sides show. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 
1945 ; D 95712 ; Philip William Har- 
ris, New York. 5616 

Holiday for heroism. See Veterans 
of victory. 

Holy angels sing; by Nain Gray 
[pseud, of L. T. Hensley] © 1 c. 
Nov. 16, 1945; D 96071; Lula Tur- 
ner Hensley, Wagoner, Okl. 5617 

Home town tonight; by Lorence D. 
Laird. © Sept. 20, 1945; D 96539; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, 0. 5618 

Horizontal lady; book by A. M. Weeks 
& E. Verdier, lyrics by Forman 
Brown, music by A. M. Weeks & 
Franz Steininger. [Text only] © 
1 c. Oct. 22, 1945; D 96419; Ada 
May Weeks & Ed Verdier, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5619 

House of mystery; Oct. 6, 1945, The 
living Buddha. [By] Claire Ken- 
nedy. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1945; D 
96168; Maxwell productions, .inc., 
New York. 5620 

House of mystery. [By Benton & 
Bowles, inc.] © General foods 
corp., New York. 5621-5626 

Oct. 13, 1945, The silver bells of 

Satan's manor* © 1 c. Nov. 10, 

1945; D 95966. 
Oct. 20, 1945, The ghost of Don 

Pedro. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 

95968. 
Oct. 27, 1945, The ghost who forgot 

Halloween. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945 ; 

D 95967. 
Nov. 3, 1945, Death takes the stage. 

© 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 95965. 
Nov. 10, 1945, The fire god. © 1 c. 

Nov. 21, 1945; D 96306. 
Nov. 17, 1945, The bat boy. © 1 c. 

Nov. 25, 1945; D 96307. 

How could you, mom; by James F. 
Stone. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1945; D 



96542 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 5627 

How did it happen; Were you there 
when he made the supreme sacri- 
fice. [By Solomon Baum] © 1 c. 
Nov. 6, 1945; D 95768; William H. 
Saul, Brooklyn. 5628 

How far can you go. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 
1945; D 96153; Edwin O'Hanlon & 
Eleanor Roberts, Los Angeles. 5629 

Huis — clos; by Jean Paul Sartre, 
adapted by Paul Bowles. © 1 c. 
Oct. 28, 1945; D 95763; Oliver 
Smith, New York. 5630 

Hunt for me. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; D 
95693; Rose Albert Porter, New 
York. 5631 

I can't stand it any longer. See Des- 
tiny takes a holiday. 

I must be off. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1945; 
D 95625; Murray N. Ravicovitz, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 5632 

I must never sleep again. See The 
Shadow. 

I remember Louisiana. © 1 c. Nov. 
13, 1945; D 95980; Lois Peck Eck- 
sten, Kansas City, Mo. 5633 

I take this man. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 
1945; D 96164; Aaron N. Maioff, 
Brooklyn. 5634 

If it be love indeed; by John Coven- 
try [pseud, of W. H. Wenneman] 
© 1 c. Nov. 18, 1945; D 96081; Wil- 
liam H. Wenneman, Shaker Heights, 
O. 5635 

If money; by Tom [i. e. T. J.] Ken- 
nedy. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1945; D 
95654; Thomas J. Kennedy, New 
York. 5636 

Immortal is the heart. © 1 c. Nov. 
18, 1945; D 96073; Frank Alexan- 
der, New York. 5637 

Importance of laboratory tests; radio 
script. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1945; D 
95596; George H. Geyer, San An- 
tonio. 5638 

Indecision. See First nighter. 

International police; no. 1, Jitters in 
Geneva. Radio script. © 1 c. Oct. 
23, 1945; D 95641; J. Walter 
Thompson co., New York. 5639 



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no. 11, 1945 



5661 



The intrepid lover. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 
1945; D 95813; Judith Litante, New 
York. 5640 

Iron horse. See The Lone Ranger. 

It happened at Grand central station. 
© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1945; D 96175; 
Beatrice Reinhardt Rodyenko, Man- 
hasset, L. I., N. Y. 5641 

It happened in Shubert Alley; by 
Claire Read [pseud, of C. H. Davis] 
© 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 95920; 
Claire H. Davis, New York. 5642 

It is the lark. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; 
D 95695; Wyman Edward Kane, 
Nashville. 5643 

It is war. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1945; D 
95801; Adelaide Royall Trent, Ar- 
lington, Va. 5644 

It takes time. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1945; 
D 96152; William H. Edwards, 
Brockport, N. Y. 5645 

It takes two. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1945; 
D 95685 ; Virginia Faulkner & Dana 
Suesse, Georgetown, Conn. 5646 

It's a bet. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1945; D 
95701; Michael Joseph DiMambro, 
Utica, N. Y. 5647 

It's a date. See Lux radio theatre. 

It's a lark; book by R. B. Egan & K. 
Shishmariov, music by Harry Tier- 
ney, lyrics by R. B. Egan. [Text 
only] © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1945; D 95784; 
Kyril Shishmariov & Raymond B. 
Egan, New York. 5648 

It's all about love. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 
1945; D 96116; Arthur Vogel, New 
York. ' 5649 

It's the goods; book by F. Provo & 
J. H. Pickard, lyrics by F. Loesser, 
F. Provo, J. H. Pickard & D. A. 
Mann, music by D. A. Mann & F. 
Loesser. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1945; D 
76476; John Henry Pickard, Frank 
Provo, Frank Loesser & David A. 
Mann, Great Barrington, Mass. 

5650 

Jack and the beanstalk; dramatized 
by Kathleen Murphy Kotz. © Nov. 
20, 1945; D 96425; Row, Peterson 
& co., Evanston, 111. 5651 

Jacob and the Indians. See The eter- 
nal light. 



January thaw; from a novel by Bell- 
amv Partridge. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 
1945; D 95648; William Roos, New 
York. 5652 

The jasper stone. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 
1945; D 95777; Crane Haussamen, 
New York. 5653 

Jessie and John. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1945; D 96076; James F. Kneisley, 
New York. 5654 

Jitters in Geneva. See International 
police. 

Johnny Appleseed. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1945; D 96131; William Downton, 
Swarthmore, Pa. 5655 

Johnny comes home. See The Green 
Hornet. 

Jonathan and Elona find love. See 
The story of the Bible, Daniel se- 
quence. g 

Jonathan and Elona reunited. See 
The story of the Bible, Daniel se- 
quence. 

Jonathan in prison. See The story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence. 

Josiah's betrothal announced. See 
The story of the Bible, Josiah se- 
quence. 

Joyce Jordan, M.D.; episode no. 137, 
Oct. 9, 1945 [by Hiram Brown] © 
1 c. Nov. 20, 1945; D 96084; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5656 

Judah at war. See The story of the 
Bible, Judah sequence. 

Junior genius. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1945; 
D 95989; George Robinson, New 
York. 5657 

Kansas caravan. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; 
D 95870; Frank Alex Taubes, New 
York. 5658 

Kid Atom. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1945; D 
95645; Alfred A. Chaison, Brook- 
lyn. 5659 

The kindest thing. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 
1945; D 96174; Arthur B. Brainerd, 
Hardwick, Mass. 5660 

The kindling of a flame; by Laura 
Houghland. © Oct. 12, 1945; D 
95816; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 5661 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Know your nation. See Cross coun- 
try tours. 

Kountry kuzzins. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 
1945; D 95700; Clarissa P. Schwei- 
kert & Boyd Ann Liming, George- 
town, O. 5662 

Kraft music hall. [By J. Walter 

Thompson co.] © Kraft foods co., 

Chicago. 5663-5683 

June 14, July 5, 12, 19, 26, Aug. 2, 

9, 16, 23, 30, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, 

Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 8, 15, 1945. © 

1 c. each Nov. 30, 1945; D 96190- 

96207. 

Oct. 4, 11, 1945. © 1 c. each Oct. 

31, 1945; D 96465, 96466. 

Nov. 1, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1945; 
D 96024. 

Kriegies up; or, The barley boys. © 
1 c. Nov. 26, 1945; D 96138; Byron 

Stanley Schiffman, Brooklyn. 5684 

• 

Ladies in waiting. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 
1945; D 95804; Frances Emilie 
Shayeson, Chicago. 5685 

Ladies of the mop ; by Aurand Harris. 
© Sept. 27, 1945; D 95843; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5686 

The Land of Smiles; by Franz Lehar, 
new adaptation of book & new lyrics 
by Ira Cobb [pseud, of B. L. Soko- 
love] © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 
95943; Benjamin L. Sokolove, New 
York. 5687 

Last awakening. See Dr. Christian. 

Last stop. © July 19, 1945 ; D 95649 ; 
Irving Kaye Davis, New York. 5688 

Laughter in Paris. © 1 c. Oct. 28, 
1945; D 95658; Richard P. Mc- 
Donagh, New York. 5689 

Law in Mustang. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Lazy S. See The Lone Ranger. 

Legends in action; by Nellie McCas- 
lin. © Sept. 24, 1945; D 95815; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5690 

Leonard de Vinci; ou, Le secret de la 
Joconde, de Jean Delhaye [pseud, 
of M. T. Alterman] inspire par le 



roman Mercjkowsky. © 1 c. June 
7, 1945; D 96461; Marie-Therese 
Alterman, Ouchy-Lausanne, Suisse. 

5691 

Lesson in orchestration. See Dad's 
welcome. 

Let us adore Him; book & lyrics by 
Amanda Dollefeld, incidental music 
bv Miriam Lois Fisher [pseud, of 
Ira B. Wilson] © Aug. 31, 1945; 
D 76460; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, 
O. 5692 

Let's go places; text & music by J. E. 
Bensemon. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1945; 
D 76468; Joseph Elliott Bensemon, 
Chicago. 5693 

Lev Nikolayevich ; based on the life 
of Leo Tolstoy. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 
1945; D 95949; Helen Rathje, Al- 
bion, Mich. 5694 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 
1862. [By] Carl Bixby & Don 
Becker. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1945; D 
96087; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. - 5695 

Life lost & found. See Ounce of pre- 
vention is worth a pound of cure. 

The life of Reilly. See Speak to me. 

The life of Riley. © Irving Brecher, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5696-5698 

Script no. 7. Oct. 20, 1945. © 1 
c. Oct. 26, 1945; D 95646. 

Script no. 8. Oct. 27, 1945. © 1 
c. Nov. 2, 1945; D 95776. 

Script no. 9. Nov. 3, 1945. © 1 
c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 95865. 

Lindy Sue's ride. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 
1945; D 95951; Eunice Chapin 
Lockhart, Rochester, N. Y. 5699 

The little green gate. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1945; D 96013; Alfred Lee, New 
York. 5700 

Little imp; by Elizabeth Hicks. © 
Oct. 19, 1945; D 95657; Northwest- 
ern press, Minneapolis. 5701 

Little things; script 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 29, 1945; D 96160, 96161; El- 
sie Kemper, Baltimore. 5702, 5703 

The living Buddha. See House of 
mystery. 



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5737 



The Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, 
inc., Detroit. 5704-5734 

No. 1957-1183, Donovan. [By] 
Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Oct. 
21, 1945; D 95672. 

No. 1965-1191, The lazy S. [By] 

Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 

1945; D 95673. 
No. 1966-1192, Ranger justice. 

[By] Trendle & Green. © 1 c. 

Nov. 9, 1945; D 95882. 
No. 1967-1193, Arsen. [By] Tren- 
dle & Striker. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 

1945; D 95883. 
No. 1968-1194, Restitution. [By] 

Trendle & Beattie. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 

1945; D 95884. 
No. 1969-1195, Law in Mustang. 

[By] Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. 

Nov. 9, 1945; D 95885. 

No. 1970-1196, Gideon's party night. 
[By] Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. 
Nov. 9, 1945; D 95886. 
■ No. 1971-1197, Wilbur Skink's se- 
cret. [By] Trendle & Beattie. 
© 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 95887. 

No. 1972-1198, Guilt for hire. [By] 
Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Nov. 
9, 1945; D 95888. 

No. 1973-1199, Mr. Meeker, by Ste- 
veson; rewrite by Striker. © 1 
c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 95889. 

No. 1974-1200, Camel brigade— pt. 

1, The start. [By] Trendle & 
Striker. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 
95890. 

No. 1975-1201, Camel brigade — pt. 

2, Quicksand. [By] Trendle & 
Striker. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 
95891. 

No. 1976-1202, Camel brigade— pt. 

3, Deep water, conclusion. [By] 
Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Nov. 
9, 1945; D 95892. 

No. 1977-1203, The gentleman from 
Julesburg. [By] Trendle & Bou- 
lette. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 
95893. 

No. 1978-1204, Love thy neighbor. 
[By] Trendle & Beattie. © 1 c. 
Nov. 10, 1945; D 95922. 

No. 1979-1205, Rifles for White 
Bear. [By] Trendle & Green. 
© 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 95923. 

No. 1980-1206, Paradise Valley. 
[By] Trendle & Boulette. © 1 c. 
Nov. 10, 1945; D 95924. 

No. 1981-1207, Reform of Luther 



Gates. [By] Trendle & Striker. 

© 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 95925. 
No. 1982-1208, Trailside treachery. 

[By] Trendle & Green. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95926. 
No. 1983-1209, The finger of death. 

[By] Trendle & Boulette. © 1 

c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 95927. 
No. 1984-1209, Miser's money. 

[By] Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95928. 
No. 1985-1210, The iron horse. 

[By] Trendle & Green. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95929. 
No. 1986-1211, Ex-ranger. [By] 

Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Nov. 

10, 1945; D 95930. 
No. 1987-1212, Tin star heritage. 

[By] Trendle & Green. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95931. 
No. 1988-1213, Tempered thieves. 

[By] Trendle & Greene. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95932. 
No. 1989-1214, Post war schemer. 

[By] Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95933. 
No. 1990-1215, The ring, no. 1. 

[By] Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95934. 
No. 1991-1216, Woodland peril, no. 

2. [By] Trendle & Striker. © 1 

c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 95935. 
No. 1992-1217, The fifth condemned 

man, no. 3. [By] Trendle & 

Striker. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; 

D 95936. 
No. 1993-1218, Texas rides again, 

no. 4. [By] Trendle & Striker. 

© 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945; D 95937. 
No. 1994-1219, Behind the mask. 

[By] Trendle & Green. © 1 c. 

Nov. 10, 1945; D 95938. 

Long lane. See Dr. Christian. 

The long road to Bethlehem ; by Helen 
M. Roberts. © Sept. 25, 1945; D 
96531; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 5735 

Lost angel. See Lux radio theatre. 

Love by contract; by D. W. Burbidge 
& Reinette [i. e. Q. A. M.] Simpson. 
© 1 c. Nov. 1, 1945; D 95679; Digh- 
ton William Burbidge & Queenie 
Alice* Mary Simpson, Brisbane, 
Queensland, Australia. 5736 

The love he longs for. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1945; D 95621; Leonard Weber, 
New York. 5737 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Love story; text by Robert Gilbert, 
music by R. Stolz; voc. sc. ©lc. 
Oct. 22, 1945; D 76464; Robert 
Stolz, New York. 5738 

Love thy neighbor. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Love your neighbor; by Albert John- 
son. © Aug. 30, 1945; D 95848; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5739 

Loveless home. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1945; 
D 96127; Oscar Valder Nunes, New 
York. 5740 

Luck. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1945; D 96489; 
Bill Lincoln Chapman, Pickens, 
S. C. 5741 

Lux radio theatre. [By J. Walter 
Thompson co.] © Lever bros. co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 5742-5750 

Aug. 27, 1945, Practically yours. 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 95806. 
Sept. 3, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 

1945; D 95894. 

Sept. 10, 1945. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 

1945; D 95895. 
Sept. 17, 1945, Christmas holiday. 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1945; D 95805. 

Sept. 24, 1945, It's a date. © 1 c. 

Oct. 23, 1945; D 95642. 
Oct. 1, 1945, Mr. Skeffington. © 1 

c. Oct. 23, 1945; D 95643. 
Oct. 8, 1945, Roughly speaking. © 

1 c. Oct. 31, 1945; D 95754. 

Oct. 22, 1945, Lost angel. © 1 c. 
Nov. 15, 1945; D 96025. 

Nov. 5, 1945, Destry rides again. 
© 1 c. Nov. 30, 1945; D 96189. 

Ma Perkins; continuity no. 3200. 
[By Leston Huntley] © 1 c. Nov. 
20, 1945; D 96088; Procter & Gam- 
ble co., Cincinnati. 5751 

La machine a ecrire; [de] Jean Coc- 
teau. © May 30, 1941; D 95414; 
Librairie Gallimard, Paris. 5752 

Madame Min. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; 
D 95866; Charles Longstreth Mc- 
Nichols, Los Angeles. 5753 

Mademoiselle s'amuse; de Victor 
Vekeman. © Sept. 1, 1945; D 
95859; The Federation of Cercles 
Lacordaire & Ste Jeanne d'Arc, inc., 
Fall River, Mass. 5754 

The Madonna of Nazareth. See The 



Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of 
God. 

The magic chalk; by Mary Stearns. 
© Sept. 27, 1945; D 95833; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5755 

The magic forest; by Jane Barry 
Lambert & William M. Lambert. 
© Sept. 14, 1945; D 95834; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5756 

Magic on Main street; by Olive Price. 
© Oct. 3, 1945; D 95835; Row, Pe- 
terson & co., Evanston, 111. 5757 

The magic whistle; by Marie Agnes 
Foley. © Oct. 12, 1945; D 95819; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5758 

Magnolias turn black. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 
1945; D 95783; Frederick A. Rus- 
sell, Cincinnati. 5759 

Le Malentendu [et] Caligula. [De] 
Albert Camus. © Oct. 15, 1944; D 
95418; Librairie Gallimard, Paris? 

5760 

Man and the horse. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 
1945; D 95939; John L. Bowers, 
Asheville, N. C. 5761 

A man can fly. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1945; 
D 96154; Salone Rebecca Ellis, New 
York. 5762 

The man from Utica; by Ruby [i. e. 
R. E.] Gabel & Fred [i. e. M. J.] 
Haas. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; D 
96441 ; Reuben E. Gabel & Manfred 
J. Haas, Detroit. 5763 

The man I might have been. © 1 c. 
Nov. 13, 1945; D 95916; Helen Enid 
Frank, Flushing, N. Y. 5764 

The man on horseback; based on or- 
iginal play by Booth Tarkington. 
© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1945; D 95563; 
Vera McCord, New York. 5765 

Mantle of love. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1945 ; 
D 95898 ; Lydia Barbara Koch, New 
York. 5766 

March to Babylon. See The story of 
the Bible, Daniel sequence. 

Marry-go-round. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1945; 
D 95678; Peter Jean Vest, New 
York. 5767 

Martha Hubbard's cupboard; by 
Eloise Byington. © Sept. 8, 1945; 



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5793 



D 96537; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, 0. 5768 

Martyrer; von Albert Steffen. © 
Sept. 29, 1942; D 96351; Verlag fur 
schone wissenchaften, Dornach, 
Switzerland. 5769 

Mary with music. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1945; D 96487; Elizabeth Cobb & 
Herschel Williams, New York. 5770 

Matilda Jane, the Christmas adven- 
tures of an old fashioned doll; text 
& music by J. Hills. © Sept. 24, 
1945; D 76478; Josephine Hills, La- 
guna Beach, Calif. 5771 

Melted wings. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1945; 
D 96303; Milton Lewis & Julian 
Funt, New York. 5772 

Merry Christmas plays; by Dorothy 
Webber Caton. © Oct. 3, 1945; D 
95836; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 5773 

The metamorphosis of Miss Ramsey. 
© 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 95978; Viv- 
ian Roegner Fletcher, Washington, 
D. C. 5774 

A midnight fantasy. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 
1945; D 95873; Norma Belle Wag- 
ner, Long Beach, Calif. 5775 

The ministers' aunt; book & lyrics by 
Elsie Duncan Yale, music by 
Charles Francis Lane [pseud, of Ira 
B. Wilson] © Sept. 22, 1945; D 
76461; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, 0. 

5776 

Miser's money. See The Lone Ranger. 

Miss Winkler comes of age. © 1 c. 
Nov. 20, 1945; D 96090; Sobey Mar- 
tin, New York. 5777 

Mr. Capricorn. See Your lucky Star. 

Mr. Meeker. See The Lone Ranger. 

Mr. Skeffington. See Lux radio the- 
atre. 

Mr. Watkins below stairs. © 1 c. 
Nov. 4, 1945; D 95755; Herbert Les- 
lie Yates, Santa Monica, Calif. 5778 

Mrs. Aquarius. See Your lucky Star. 

Mrs. Plaster of Paris; by Charles 
George. © Nov. 30, 1945; D 96476; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 5779 



Mommy and daddy. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 
1945; D 95706; Stanley Gold, Brook- 
lyn. 5780 

The morning after. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 
1945; D 95774; Richard C. Ed- 
wards, Stockton, Calif. 5781 

Mourning becomes Mamma. © 1 c. 
Nov. 12, 1945; D 95915; Isabel Pitts 
Goodwin, Detroit. 5782 

The mousetrap ; text & music by M. M. 
Brown, 2d. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; 
D 76472 ; Marion Martin Brown, 2d, 
Mexia, Tex. 5783 

Move out of my sun. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 
1945; D 96091; Harry Young, New 
York. 5784 

Murder at midnight; by Jesse Over- 
ton & H. L. White. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 
1945; D 96446; Howard L. White, 
Memphis. 5785 

Murray-go-round. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1945; D 96166; Lester M. Waas, 
Philadelphia. 5786 

My soldier girls; by Charles George. 
© Nov. 2, 1945; D 95767; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 5787 

Name, rank r serial number; from the 
Cavalcade of America, adapted 
from the film Resisting enemy in- 
terrogation. [By Ben Kagan] © 
Oct. 9, 1945; D 95617; E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 

5788 

Nautical but nice. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 
1945; D 95772; Nina M. Lanza, 
Brooklyn. 5789 

Nellie Bly; by Sig [i. e. Siegfried] 
Herzig & M. Ryskind. © 1 c. Nov. 
14, 1945; D 96111; Morrie Ryskind 
& Siegfried Herzig, New York. 

5790 

Nellie was a lady; Sept. 17, 1945, by 
Turner Bullock. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 
1945; D 95959; E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 

5791 

Never a dull moment; by Harry L. 
Hadley. © Oct. 19, 1945; D 95762; 
T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis. 

5792 

Never say dye; by Austin Goetz. © 
1 c. Sept. 29, 1945; D 95759; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 5793 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 18 



A new frontier. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1945 ; 
D 95604 ; Vivian R. Fletcher, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 5794 

A new king — Josiah. See The story 
of the Bible, Hezekiah sequence. 

Niels Ebbesen; [von] Kaj Munk, 
deutsche iibersetzung [von Otto 
Maag] © Aug. 15, 1944; A for. 
51065; Artemis verlags-aktienge- 
sellschaft, Zurich, Switzerland. 

5795 

Night star. © 1 c. Oct. 31, 1945; D 
95702; Elizabeth Natson, Los An- 
geles. 5796 

Nine cheers for Christmas; by Aileen 
Fisher. © Aug. 29, 1945; D 95837; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5797 

No ordinary picnic; by Hermine 
Duthie. © Nov. 14, 1945; D 
96065; T. S. Denison & co., Minne- 
apolis. 5798 

No trumpet answers; by Arundel 
Piercy [pseud, of R. A. P. Schind- 
ler] © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; D 95871; 
Ruth Arundel Piercy Schindler, 
Oreland, Pa. 5799 

No way out. © July 19, 1945; D 
95650; Owen Davis, New York. , 

5800 

Not so simple, Simon. © 1 c. Nov. 

24, 1945; D 96123; Gerald Louis 

Plante, Berlin, Conn. 5801 

Now you're talking; by Jay Tobias. 
© Oct. 25, 1945; D 95945; Drama 
guild publishers, Boston. 5802 

Nuggets to you. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 
1945; D 96141; John Edward Gal- 
vin, Phoenix, Ariz. 5803 

Oh ! Susanna ; suggested by the life of 
Stephen Foster, book by Florence 
Ryerson [i. e. F. R. Clements] & C. 
Clements. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1945; D 
96170; Florence Ryerson Clements 
& Colin Clements, Canoga Park, 
Calif. 5804 

On the air; by Winston Weathers. © 
Oct. 19, 1945; AA 496025; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 5805 

Once upon a clothesline; by Aurand 
Harris. © Aug. 30, 1945; D 95827; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

5806 



One foot in heaven. © Hartzell 
Spence, Somerset, Va. 5807-5812 
Script nos. 19, 21-23, June 10, 24, 

July 1, 8, 1945. © 1 c. each Oct. 

25, 1945; D 95626-95629. 
Script nos. 24, 25, July 15, 22, 1945. 

© 1 c. each Oct. 24, 1945; D 

95708, 95709. 

Opposite of woman. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1945; D 95988; Julia Wiggins 
Brinkman, New York. 5813 

Opus number one. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 
1945; D 95919; Ernest Vajda, Los 
Angeles. 5814 



Oswald & Skip. 
Champ. 



See Oswald & the 



Oswald and the Champ; or, Oswald 
and Skip. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1945; 
D 96149; Gerald Walter Vaughn, 
New York. 5815 

Othello; [par] Shakespeare, texte 
francais de Georges Neveux. © 
Dec. 30, 1943; A for. 50672; Li- 
brairie Gallimard, Paris. 5816 

An ounce of prevention is worth a 
pound of cure; or, Life lost and 
found. © 1 c. July 13, 1945; D 
95998; Paul Rosenfeld, New York. 

5817 

Our day is of time. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 
1945; D 95798; Theodore P. Wall- 
ower & Henrietta Bruce Sharon, 
New York. 5818 

Parade. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1945; D 
96109; Robert Binckley Mauger, 
Philadelphia. 5819 

Paradise Hall. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; 
D 95607; Maurice Dekobra & Fan- 
ny Todd Mitchell, New York. 5820 

Paradise Valley. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

The passing show of 1946; by Charles 
Sherman, Isabel Jeffers, Benjamin 
David, and others. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 
1945; D 96074; Jacob J. Shubert, 
New York. 5821 

Pat Henry of Liberty High ; by Luella 
McMahon. © Sept. 4, 1945; D 
96541 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 5822 

Patsy; based on the Trials of Martha 
& George Washington, by Kay Al- 



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no. 11, 1945 



5854 



len. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1945; D 95790; 
Minna Kallen, New York. 5823 

A pattern for progress. © 1 c. Nov. 
28, 1945; D 96150; Audio produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 5824 

Peggy was great; by B. E. Mitchell. 
© Aug. 21, 1945; D 95598; Edward 
I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 5825 

Penny Dollar. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1945; 
D 95662; Joseph Bonney, Brooklyn. 

5826 

A penny on the drum. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 
1945; D 95611; Howard Otway, 
New York. 5827 

Peter the rock. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1945; 
D 95954; Evelyn Pritcher & Leon 
Pritcher, Los Angeles. 5828 

Philandering ghost. See Dr. Chris- 
tion. 

Pickahit. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1945; D 
96075; James T. Mahoney, Arling- 
ton, Mass. 5829 

The Pied Piper of Teentown. © 1 c. 
Nov. 5, 1945; D 95756; Mrs. J. 
Nevelyn Terrell, Los Angeles. 5830 

Pinch-hitting for Santa; by Z. Hart- 
man. © Sept. 28, 1945; D 96532; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 5831 

Pink string and sealing wax. © Nov. 
1, 1945; D 96252; Roland Pertwee, 
Chelsea, London. 5832 

A place in the Sun. © 1 c. Nov. 21. 
1945; D 96300; Howard R. Evans^ 
San Jose, Calif. 5833 

The planter of Malata; based on Jo- 
seph Conrad's story of the same 
name. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 
95975; Joseph Blumstein, Brook- 
lyn. 5834 

Playboy. See Dr. Christian. 

Plays and stunts for 4-H clubs; by 
Ethel Rogers. © Oct. 18, 1945 ; AA 
496026; Northwestern press, Min- 
neapolis. 5835 

Pleas for peace. © Nov. 9, 1945; D 
95944; Franklin C. Schmitz, St. 
Paul. 5836 

The poor lamb. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; 
D 95697; Hugh Brooke, New York. 

5837 



Post war schemer. 
Ranger. 



See The Lone 



The postman and the Christmas star; 
by Josephine R. Robertson. © Sept. 
20, 1945; D 96533; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

5838 



Practically yours. 
atre. 



See Lux radio the- 



Preface to glory. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 
1945; D 95713; Leslie Burton 
Blades, South Laguna, Calif. 5839 

The Prince of Peace. ©Nov. 3, 1945; 
D 95856; Victor L. Cappel, Phila- 
delphia. 5840 

Professor, beware. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1945; D 96146; Odette Trepel, 
Brooklyn. 5841 

Proud white columns. © 1 c. Nov. 
27, 1945; D 96139; Julie Arden, 
New York. 5842 

Put two and two together; by Cath- 
erine Urban. © Sept. 12, 1945; D 
96536; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 5843 

R* for madness. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 
1945; D 95997; Bernard L. Cinberg, 
New York. 5844 

The racket. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 
96011; Eunice Chapin Lockhart, 
Rochester, N. Y. 5845 

Radio drama in action; ed. by Erik 
Barnouw. © Nov. 8, 1945; A 
191122; Farrar & Rinehart, inc., 
New York. 5846 

Radio fever; by Joseph Reedy ?[pseud. 
of J. H. Neebe] & A. J. Kemp. © 
1 c. Nov. 21, 1945; D 96079; Joseph 
H. Neebe & Arthur J. Kemp, De- 
troit. 5847 

Radio y television. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 
1945; D 95947; Antonio de la 
Puente, New York. 5848 



The Raleigh room. 
New York. 

Oct. 16, 1945. 
D 95603. 

Oct. 23, 1945. 
D 96447. 

Oct. 30, 1945. 
D 95807. 



© Anna Sosenko, 
5849-5854 

© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1945 
© 1 c. Oct. 25, 1945 
© 1 c. Nov. 5, 1945 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 18 



The Raleigh room — continued. 

Nov. 6, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1945 ; 
D 95809. 

Nov. 13, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1945; D 95971. 

Nov. 20, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 
1945; D 96121. 

Ranger justice. See The Lone Ranger. 

Reform of Luther Gates. See The 
Lone Ranger. 

The reluctant virgin. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 
1945 ; D 95681 ; Maurice J. Valency, 
New York. 5855 

Resisting enemy interrogation. See 
Name, rank, serial number. 

Restitution. See The Lone Ranger. 

The return of Lucrezia Borgia. See 
The return of Nick Carter. 

The return of Nick Carter. © Street 
& Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 5856-5863 

Sept. 30, 1945, The case of the howl- 
ing horse, by Alfred Bester. © 
1 c. Oct. 28, 1945; D 95674. 

Oct. 7, 1945, The case of the wor- 
ried worm, by Alfred Bester. © 
1 c. Oct. 28, 1945; D 95675. 

Oct. 14, 1945, The case of the weep- 
ing clown, by Stanley Kauffmann. 
© 1 c. Oct. 28, 1945; D 95676. 

Oct. 21, 1945, The ambassador of 
death, by Alfred Bester. © 1 c. 
Oct. 28, 1945; D 95677. 

Oct. 28, 1945, The case of the golden 
seed, by Alfred Bester. © 1 c. 
Nov. 8, 1945; D 95875.* 

Nov. 4, 1945, The return of Lucre- 
zia Borgia, by Alfred Bester. © 
1 c. Nov. 26, 1945; D 96310. 

Nov. 11, 1945, The case of the in- 
sane house, by Alfred Bester. © 
1 c. Nov. 26, 1945; D 96308. 

Nov. 18, 1945, The case of the whis- 
tling Venus, by Alfred Bester. 
© 1 c. Nov. 26, 1945; D 96309. 

Return of the children. © 1 c. Nov. 
23, 1945; D 96128; Donald Sturges, 
New York. 5864 

Return to madness. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 
1945; D 95663; William S. Mehring, 
Appleton, Wis. 5865 

A Rhode Island refuge. See The 
eternal light. 



Rifles for White Bear. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

The right to happiness; episode no. 
1558 [by] John M. Young. © 1 c. 
Nov. 20, 1945; D 96086; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5866 

Ring no. 1. See The Lone Ranger. 

Rip Van W. Smith. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 
1945; D 95651; Morton Krouse, 
New York. 5867 

The rising sun of the world of to- 
morrow. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1945; D 
95612; Morris Gruwer, Brooklyn. 

5868 

The river; by Bob [i. e. R. S.] Mc- 
Knight. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; D 
95696; Robert Stuart McKnight, 
Homer, N. Y. 5869 

Road of life; episode no. 2113 [by] 
Howard Teichmann. © 1 c. Nov. 
20, 1945; D 96089; Procter & Gam- 
ble co., Cincinnati. 5870 

Rose fever. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 
95950; Eunice Chapin Lockhart, 
Rochester, N. Y. 5871 

Roughly speaking. See Lux radio 
theatre. 

Ruf am abgrund; von Albert Steffen. 
© Sept. 29, 1943; D 96352; Verlag 
fur schone wissenschaften, Dornach, 
Switzerland. 5872 

Salvage. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1945; D 
95605; Percy Shaw, Fanwood, N. J. 

5873 

Saved by God's words; by Sergjew 
Balajew [pseud, of R. Tauben- 
schlag] © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1945; D 
95631; Rafael Taubenschlag, New 
York. 5874 

Savone' loosened her tresses; by P. H. 
Dar [i. e. P. E.] Boggia. © 1 c. 
Oct. 2, 1945; D 95785; Pio Enrico 
Boggia, New York. 5875 

Sawdust underground; Sept. 10, 1945, 
by Leonard Spigelgass & Walter 
Reilly. © l'c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 
95958 ; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
co., Wilmington, Del. 5876 

Scarlet journey. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1945; D 96488; John Fleming, Elm- 
hurst, N. Y. 5877 



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5910 



Second choice. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1945; 
D 95597; Francis Clifford Cullinan, 
Cleveland. 5878 

Le secret de la Joconde. See Leonard 
de Vinci. 

The sensuous game. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1945; D 95990; Milton Turet, Chi- 
cago. 5879 

Sepia soliloquy. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945 ; 
D 96118;" Frank Henry Wilson, 
Brooklyn. 5880 

Servir; tr. by F. Wilbur from the 
French of H. Lavedan. © 1 c. Nov. 
23, 1945; D 96305; Florence Wilbur, 
Keene, N. H. 5881 

The Shadow. © Street & Smith pub- 
lications, inc., New York. 5882-5886 

Oct. 21, 1945, Bayou, by Joe Bates 
Smith. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1945; D 
95638. 

Oct. 28, 1945, I must never sleep 
again, by Peter Barry. © 1 c. 
Nov. 8, 1945; D 95876. 

Nov. 4, 1945, Spotlight on the 
Duchess, by James Bates Smith. 
© 1 c. Nov. 8, 1945; D 95874. 

Nov. 11, 1945, Spider Boy, by Joe 
Bates Smith. © 1 c. Nov. '26, 
1945; D 96312. 

Nov. 18, 1945, Death rises out of 
the sea, by Joe Bates Smith. © 
1 c. Nov. 26, 1945; D 96311. 

The sharpshooters. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 
1945; D 95692; Harry Sootin, 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 5887 

She was bred in old Kentucky. © 1 
c. Oct. 26, 1945; D 96209; Edward 
B. Marks music corp., New York. 

5888 

The sheriff. © McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 5889-5895 

Episode no. 58, Oct. 12, 1945. © 1 

c. Oct. 20, 1945; D 95595. 
Episode nos. 59, 60, Oct. 19, 26, 
1945. © 1 c. each Oct. 30, 1945; 
D 95688, 95689. 

Episode no. 61, Nov. 2, 1945. © 1 
c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 96070. 

Episode nos. 62-64, Nov. 9, 16, 23, 
1945. © 1 c. each Nov. 29, 1945; 
D 96256-96258. 

She's a neat job; by Richard F. 
Sturm. © Oct. 18, 1945; D 95921; 



Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des Moines. 

5896 

Shoot on sight. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1945 ; 
D 95976; Allan Black, New York. 

5897 

Short plays for girls; by Germaine 
Haney. © Oct. 19, 1945; D 95761; 
T. S. Denison & co., Minneapolis. 

5898 

Sic' the goons. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1945; 
D 96173; Charles Samuel Levy, 
Brooklyn. 5899 

A sign of love. See First nighter. 

Silver bells of satan's manor. See 
House of mystery. 

The silver lining; script nos. 12 A, 13. 
© 1 c. Nov. 8, 1945; D 95867, 95868; 
Bozell & Jacobs, Omaha. 5900, 5901 

Skydrift. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1945; D 
95686; Harry Kleiner, New York. 

5902 

Snoop, Doop, 'n Oscar; book & lyrics 
by Mary S. Cline, music by C. W. 
Rasely. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1945; D 
76473; Charles W. Rasely, Easton, 
Pa. 5903 

So many islands. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1945; 
D 96113; John Worth, Washington, 
D. C. 5904 

Social science plays; by Ruth Howes 

Arduser. © Sept. 14, 1945; D 

95828; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 

~ton, 111. 5905 

The Soldier and the Shepherd. © 
Nov. 1, 1945; D 96130; James W. 
Sells, Jackson, Miss. 5906 

Soldiers aren't saints; by Frank [i. e. 
F. B.] Martin. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 
1945; D 95797; Francis B. Martin, 
Philadelphia. 5907 

Someone like you. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1945; D 95999; John J. Meany, Al- 
bany. 5908 

The song immortal; by Val Reker. 
© Nov. 13, 1945; D 96383; Queen's 
work, inc., St. Louis. 5909 

Sound effect; Aug. 29, 1945. © 1 c. 
Oct. 24, 1945; D 95622; John Rich- 
ard Moore, jr., Los Angeles. 5910 



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5911 



pt. i, n. s., v. 18 



Speak to me; or, The life of Reilly. 
© 1 c. Nov. 22, 1945; D 96094; Joe 
Armel Cross, Greenwich, Conn. 

5911 

Spider Boy. See The Shadow. 

The spiral. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1945; D 
95655; J. Albert Hirsch, New York. 

5912 

Spirit of Pacific; radio script. © 1 
c. Nov. 26, 1945; D 96125; Rolland 
R. Morris, jr., Los Angeles. 5913 

The spirit of Paterson. © 1 c. Oct. 
8, 1945; D 95811; Janet Wilson 
Dunnett, Hawthorne, N. J. 5914 

Spotlight on poise; by Viola W. Zul- 
lig. © Nov. 2, 1945; D 95765; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5915 

Spotlight on the Duchess. See The 
Shadow. 

A springtime phantasy; adapted from 
Oscar Wilde's The selfish giant, text 
& music by Mildred Wadsworth. © 
Oct. 15, 1945; D 95831; Row, Peter- 
son & co., Evanston, 111. 5916 

The spy on the kilocycles; Oct. 8, 
1945, by Bernard Feins & Russell 
Hughes. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 
95962; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
co., Wilmington, Del. 5917 

Square deal. [By Donn Marvin) © 
1 c. Oct. 25, 1945; D 95623; Square 
deal pictures corp., Ossining, N. Y. 

5918 

Stage door man. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945 ; 
D 95775; Alex Gerber, New York. 

5919 

Sterling silver. See Dr. Christian. 

The stoning of Jeremiah. See The 
story of the Bible, Daniel sequence. 

The story of Charlie Woodchuck. © 
1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; D 96014; Howell 
M. Burke, jr., Chicago. 5920 

The story of the Bible, Daniel se- 
quence. [By Katharine Seymour 
and Adele Seymour] © General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis. 5921-5926 

The fall of Judah. © Nov. 20, 
1945; D 96397. 

Jonathan and Elona find love. © 
Oct. 29, 1945; D 95992. 



Jonathan and Elona reunited. © 

Oct. 29, 1945; D 95993. 
Jonathan in prison. © Oct. 29, 

1945; D 95994. 

March to Babylon. © Nov. 20, 
1945; D 96396. 

The stoning of Jeremiah. © Oct. 
2, 1945; D 95669. 
The story of the Bible, Hezekiah se- 
quence; A new king — Josiah. [By 
Katharine Seymour & Adele Sey- 
mour] © Aug. 4, 1945; D 94834'; 
General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 

5927 

The story of the Bible, Josiah and 
Jeremiah sequence; The death of 
Josiah. [By. Katharine Seymour & 
Adele Seymour] © Oct. 2, 1945; 
D 95668; General mills, inc., Minne- 
apolis. 5928 

The story of the Bible, Josiah se- 
quence. [By Katharine Seymour & 
Adele Seymour] © General mills, 
inc., Minneapolis. 5929-5936 

The death of Jedidah. © Aug. 31, 

1945; D 94838. 
The death of Zebudah. © Sept. 14, 

1945; D 95665. 
Hamutal and Josiah are married. 

© Sept. 14, 1945; D 95666. , 
Hamutal meets the king. © Aug. 

14, 1945; D 94835. 

Haran's mission. © Aug. 14, 1945 ; 
D 94836. 

Josiah's betrothal announced. © 
Aug. 31, 1945; D 94837. 

Judah at war. © Oct. 2, 1945; D 
95667. 

Treachery. © Aug. 31, 1945; D 
94839. 

Strangers came to Bethlehem; by 
Harriet Van Ollefen. © Sept. 27, 
1945; D 95829;. Row, Peterson & 
co., Evanston, 111. 5937 

Sulomey; text & choreography by 
Catharine Millar [i. e. C. M. Mc- 
Curdey], music by W. M. Schmede- 
mann. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1945; D 
76469; Catharine Millar McCurdey, 
New York. 5938 

Sunday for every day. © 1 c. Nov. 
18, 1945; D 96072; Martin Frank, 
Brooklyn. 5939 

Sweet liberty. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1945; 
D 96151; Bernard Jaeger & Muriel 



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no. 11, 1945 



6047 



Jaeger, Cranbrook, Kent, England. 

5940 

Symphonic music. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 
1945; D 95632; Cornelia Otis Skin- 
ner, New York. 5941 

Taking a walk; Nov. 13, 1945. © 1 
c. Nov. 16, 1945; D 96021; Cornelia 
Otis Skinner, New York. 5942 

A talk in darkness. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 
1945; D 95800; Malvin Wald, Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 5943 

Talking about talking. © 1 c. Oct. 
26, 1945; D 95707; Stanley Gold, 
Brooklyn. 5944 

Tania; by Alexei Arbuzov, tr. by M. 
Savin. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1945; D 
96163; Maynard Savin, Providence. 

5945 

Tarnished silver. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 
1945 ; D 95636 ; Margaret Yablonski 
& Joseph Yablonski, California, Pa. 

5946 

Tempered thieves. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Ten o'clock scholar. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 
1945; D 95955; Bert Kalmar, jr. & 
Vance Gooden, New York. 5947 

Ten tested plays for elementary 
grades; by Helen Oliphant Bates. 
© Sept. 4, 1945; D 95825; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5948 

Tennessee Jed; by J. Walter Thomp- 
son co. © Ward baking co., New 
York. 5949-6033 

Episode nos. 66-72, 74-95, 96N- 
98N, 100N-107N, Julv 2-6, 9, 10, 
12, 13, 16-20, 23-27, 30, 31, Aug. 
1-3, 6-10, Sept. 3-5, 7, 10-14, 17, 
18, 1945. © 1 c. each Oct. 31, 
1945; D 95714-95753. 

Episodes 99-N, 108-N-144-N, Sept. 
6, 19-21, 24-28, Oct. 1-5, 8-12, 
15-19, 22-26, 29-31, Nov. 1, 2, 
5-8, 1945. © 1 c. each Nov. 15, 
1945; D 96026-96063. 

Episode nos. 145N-148N, 150N, 
151N, Nov. 9, 12, 13, 14, 16, 19, 
1945. © 1 c. each Nov. 30, 1945; 
D 96183-96188. 

Episode no. 149-N, Nov. 15, 1945. 
© 1 c. Nov. 30, 1945; D 96208. 

Texas rides again, no. 4. See The 
Lone Ranger. 



The Thanksgiving witch; by Florence 
Lance Thalimer. © Sept. 19, 1945 ; 
D 95844; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, 111. 6034 

Theft brings fortune ; by Roger Baron 
de la Scala [pseud, of R. Tauben- 
schlag] © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1945; D 
95781; Rafael Taubenschlag, New 
York. 6035 

There were 3 sisters. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 
1945; D 95694; Crane Wilbur, 
North Hollywood, Calif. 6036 

They never come back. © 1 c. Nov. 
7, 1945; D 95803; Bess Belmore, 
Detroit. 6037 

This is America. © Sept. 28, 1945; 
D 96251 ; Selma K. Ault & Royal A. 
Rice, Washington Grove, Md. 6038 

This is life. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; D 
95814; Alice Hogg Seneff, Pitts- 
burgh. 6039 

This is war. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1945; 
D 96136; John B. O'Dea, Long 
Beach, Calif. 6040 

This side of heaven. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 
1945; D 95757; Roger Blankenship, 
Kew Gardens, L. I., N. Y. 6041 

This, too, shall pass. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 
1945; D 96165; Don Appell, Brook- 
lyn. 6042 

The three billy-goats Gruff; adapted 
from old folk tale, text by J. B. 
Conkling & P. R. Wetstein, jr., mu- 
sic by P. R. Wetstein, jr. © 1 c. 
Oct. 13, 1945; D 76483; Paul R. 
Wetstein, jr. & James B. Conkling, 
Hollywood, Calif. 6043 

Three dying swans; by Mary Thur- 
man Pyle. © Nov. 1, 1945; D 
96424; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 6044 

The three gifts; by Esther Willard 
Bates. © Aug. 15, 1945; D 95704; 
Westminster press, Philadelphia, 

6045 

Three men. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1945; D 
96137; Maury I. Hull, Washington, 
D. C. 6046 

Time of the harvest; by Jerome Bait 
[pseud, of S. J. Balczunas] © 1 c. 
Nov. 28, 1945; D 96156; Stanley 
Jerome Balczunas, Philadelphia. 

6047 



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6048 



pt. i, n. s., v. 18 



Tin Pan Alley of the air; by Nancy 
Goodwin. © Timothy Morrow, Chi- 



cago. 

Oct. 27, 1945. 

D 95647. 
Nov. 3, 1945. 

D 95680. 

Nov. 10, 1945. 

D 95869. 
Nov. 17, 1945. 

1945; D 96015 
Nov. 24, 1945. 

1945; D 96100. 



6048-6052 
© 1 c. Oct. 26, 1945; 



© 1 c. Nov. 1, 1945; 

© 1 c. Nov. 9, 1945; 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 
© 1 c. Nov. 23, 



Tin star heritage. 
Ranger. 



See The Lone 



To see General Washington; by Peg- 
gy Davidson. © Aug. 10, 1945; D 
95851 ; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 6053 

Toast to fate; radio script. © 1 c. 
Nov. 26, 1945; D 96124; . Rolland 
R. Morris, jr., Los Angeles. 6054 

Today the peace; Oct. 29, 1945. © 1 
c. Oct. 24, 1945; D 95633; Mikiel 
Hall Brower, Lakewood, O. 6055 

Tomorrow heaven; by Dana Thomas. 
© Sept. 4, 1945; D 95599; Stage 
door play co., Pasadena, Calif. 6056 

Tomorrow's my birthday ; by Emerson 
Treacy. © Nov. 8, 1945; D 96384; 
Queen's work, inc., St. Louis. 6057 

Too many clues. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 
1945; D 96162; Katherine F. Klatt, 
Chicago. 6058 

Too many suspects. See The Green 
Hornet. 

Top secret; audition script no. 2. Oct. 
16, 1945, by Peter Martin. © 1 c. 
Oct. 28, 1945; D 95664; Columbia 
broadcasting system, inc., New 
York. 6059 

The town is the people. - © 1 c. Nov. 
6, 1945; D 96114; Edwin Gilbert & 
Virginia Smith, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

6060 



Trailside treachery. 
' Ranger. 



See The Lone 



Treachery. See The story of the Bi- 
ble, Josiah sequence. 

A tree to trim; by Aileen Fisher. © 
Aug. 29, 1945; D 95852; Row, Pe- 
terson & co., Evanston, 111. 6062 

Trois p'tits tours et puis s'en vont. 
© July 15, 1943; A for. 50868; Gas- 
ton Baty, Paris. 6063 

The twins discuss American Christ- 
mas music; by Mrs. C. R. [i. e. 
Mary Phylena] Jefferson. © Oct. 
26, 1945; D 96008; Pennsylvania 
federation of music clubs, Canton, 
Pa. 6064 

The twins discuss American folk mu- 
sic; by Mrs. C. R. [i. e. Mary Phy- 
lena] Jefferson. © Oct. 26, 1945; 
D 96007; Pennsylvania federa- 
tion of music clubs, Canton, Pa. 

6065 

Two gentlemen and Verona; by Anne 
Ferring Weatherly. © Sept. 14, 
1945; D 95855; Row, Peterson & 
co., Evanston, 111. 6066 

Two mothers and one child. See 
From the witness stand. 

200,000 flyers; based on the book by 
the same name, Oct. 1, 1945, by 
Willard Wiener. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 
1945; D 95961; E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & co., Wilmington, Del. 

6067 

Uncle Sam minstrel first-part; by Ar- 
thur L. Kaser. © Nov. 14, 1945 ; D 
96066; T. S. Denison & co., Minne- 
apolis. 6068 

Under the Ottoman yoke; by Alen 
Ruso [pseud, of A. Rahanian] © 
1 c. Nov. 13, 1945; D 95970; Archie 
Rahanian, Detroit. 6069 

The undying. © Aug. 17, 1945; D 
96098; Norman E. Nygaard, Steu- 
benville, O. 6070 



The town musicians; adapted from A yalentineprincess ; by ElizabethK. 
The Bremen town musicians, by the 
Bros. Grimm, text by J. B. Conk- 
ling & P. R. Wetstein, jr., music by 
P. R. Wetstein, jr. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 
1945; D 76482; Paul R. Wetstein, 
jr., & James B. Conkling, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 6061 



Solem. © Sept. 4, 1945; D 95853, 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

6071 

Verse and vice versa; radio program. 
© 1 c. Nov. 23, 1945; D 96129; Vic 
Roby, Denver. 6072 



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no. 11, 1945 



6109 



Veterans of victory; Holiday for hero- 
ism. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1945; D 96467; 
National radio features, Albany. 

6073 

La veuve Papavoine; de Victor Veke- 
man. © Sept. 1, 1945; D 95860; 
The Federation of Cercles Lacor- 
daire & Ste Jeanne d'Arc, inc., Fall 
River, Mass. 6074 

Victory minstrel first-part; by Jean 
Provence. © Nov. 14, 1945; D 
96064; T. S. Denison & co., Minne- 
apolis. 6075 

Virginia, she told me. © 1 c. Oct. 31, 
1945; D 96023; Frank Monteverde, 
Los Angeles. 6076 

Voice of freedom. © Nov. 20, 1945; 
D 96099; Alice Ella Sherman, 
Plattsburgh, N. Y. 6077 

Vote yes on love. See First nighter. 

Wake my heart. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1945; D 96006; Victor Mockus, 
Hastings, Neb. 6078 

The walls came tumbling down. © 
1 c. Nov. 4, 1945; D 95769; Ivan 
Sokoloff, New York. 6079 

The warden came to stay; based on 
Robert Faherty's novel, Better than 
dying. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1945; D 
95682; John Graham, New York. 

6080 

Watch the stars; by Elizabeth K. 
Solem. © Sept. 10, 1945; D 95854; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

6081 

We come as conquerors. © 1 c. Nov. 
2, 1945; D 95764; Henry Misrock, 
New York. 6082 

The weaker sex. See Adam and Eve 
evolute. 

Webster's widow. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 
1945; D 96110; Sanford Sill, Los 
Angeles. 6083 

Wer wirft den ersten stein; von Elsie 
Attenhofer. © Jan. 15, 1945; A 
for. 51066; Artemis verlags-aktien- 
gesellschaft, Zurich, Switzerland. 

6084 

Were you there when he made the 
supreme sacrifice. See How did it 
happen. 

We've come from the city; text & mu- 



sic by Herbert Haufrecht. © 1 c. 
Oct. 27, 1945; D 76466; Leeds music 
corp., New York. 6085 

Whaddya know. © Jill Jackson, New 
Orleans. 6086-6090 

Nos. 13-16, Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 
1945. © 1 c. each Nov. 23, 1945; 
D 96101-96104. 

No. 17, Nov. 24, 1945. © 1 c. Nov. 
29, 1945; D 96169. 

What happened in Toyland ; by Aileen 
Fisher. © Aug. 29, 1945; D 95826; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

6091 

What's the good word; Apr. 15, 29, 
May 6, 13, 20, 27, June 3, 10, 17, 24, 
Sept. 9, 1945, [by Mathew Rice 
pseud, of M. Nurnberg & M. Reis- 
kind] © 1 c. each Sept. 12, 1945; 
D 95080-95090; Maxwell Nurnberg 
& Maxwell Reiskind, Brooklyn. 

6092-6102 

When the bough breaks; by Olive 
Price [i. e. Olive Price Cherry- 
holmes] © Sept. 25, 1945; D 
96540 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 6103 

When the boys come home. © 1 c. 
Oct. 23, 1945; D 95644; Walter A. 
Moffatt, Monticello, Ark. 6104 

When time grew young; by Florence 
Lance Thalimer. © Sept. 27, 1945; 
D 95840; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, 111. 6105 

Where's Laurie ; by Joseph H. Arnold. 
© Aug. 30, 1945; D 95841; Row, 
Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 6106 

The wide Missouri; adapted from the 
story The romance of Rosy Ridge by 
M. Kantor. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1945; 
D 96302; MacKinlay Kantor, Emile 
Liss & Robert Patrick Wilmot, New 
York. 6107 

Wilbur Skink's secret. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Willie Krinkle. See Comic strip. 

Wind in the corn; by Leonora Sill 
Ashton. © Nov. 30, 1945; D 96422; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

6108 

The witches' brew; by Florence Lance 
Thalimer. © Sept. 18, 1945; D 
95839; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 6109 



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6110 



pt. i, n. s., v. 18 



The woman next door; by Robert St. 
Clair. © Oct. 19, 1945; D 95760; 
T. S. Denison & CO., Minneapolis. 

6110 

A woman of America ; episode no. 716, 
by Delia West Decker. © 1 c. Nov. 
20, 1945; D 96085; Procter & Gam- 
ble co., Cincinnati. 6111 

Woodland peril, no. 2. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

World without end. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 
1945; D 96017; Nell Shipman, New 
York. 6112 

Written for Count Maurice; by Al 
Lewin [pseud, of A. Levine] © 1 
c. Sept. 7. 1945; D 95969; Abraham 
Levine, Liberty, N. Y. 6113 

Ye sons of Japheth — hearken. © 1 
c. Nov. 5, 1945; D 95773; Helen 
Wilson Wood, Los Angeles. 6114 

The years between; by Daphne du 
Maurier [i. e. D. D. M. Browning] 



© Oct. 15, 1945; D 96486; Daphne 
du Maurier Browning, Fowey, 
Cornwall, England. 6115 

Young Dr. Malone; episode no. 142, 
Oct. 17, 1945 [by] Virginia Lee. 
© 1 c. Nov. 20, 1945; D 96083; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

6116 

The young fry; by Austin Goetz. © 
Nov. 29, 1945; D 96345; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 6117 

Your A B C's bring you Do Ra Me; 
radio program. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 
1945; D 95691; Enoch light, New 
York. 6118 

Your lucky star. © Anne Anthony 
& Lucien Mandelik, Beverly Hills, 



Calif. 

No. 1, Mr. Capricorn. 

29, 1945; D 96158. 
No. 2, Mrs. Aquarius. 

29, 1945; D 96159. 



6119, 6120 
© 1 c. Nov. 

© 1 c. Nov. 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1945 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,880 unpublished) 4,425 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 119 un- 
published) 199 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 71 unpublished) 85 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 

1 unpublished) 3 

Total : 4,712 



184 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT 
HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [6120 



At the carnival. © Daniel Francis 
Fogarty, Brooklyn. R 141128, June 
22, 1945. 1 

The blessed birthday; a Christmas 
miracle play. © Florence Con- 
verse, Wellesley, Mass. R 142253, 
Aug. 9, 1945. 2 

The cradle song; by Gregorio Mar- 
tinez Sierra, translated from the 
Spanish by J. G. Underhill. © 
John Garrett Underhill, Brooklyn. 
R 141529, July 4, 1945. 3 

The governor's wife; by Jacinto Ben- 
avente translated from the Spanish 
by J. G. Underhill. © John Gar- 
rett Underhill, Brooklyn. R 141530, 
July 4, 1945. 4 

Hamilton. © Mary P. Hamlin, Ca- 
nandaigua, N. Y. &. George Arliss, 
London. R 141780, July 18, 1945. 5 

Hamlet, prince of Denmark (The 
tragedy of) by William Shake- 
speake, ed. by E. K. Chambers. 
American ed., rev. by Walter Mor- 
ris Hart. © D. C. Heath & co., 
Boston. R 141988, June 22, 1945. 6 

Henry the Fourth (The first part of) 
by William Shakespeare, ed. by 
Frederic W. Moorman. American 
ed. rev. by Morris Palmer Tilley. 
© D. C. Heath & co., Boston. R 
141990, June 22, 1945. 7 

Henry the Fourth (The second part 
of) by William Shakespeare, L. 
Winstanley, editor. © D. C. Heath 
& co., Boston. R 141991, June 22, 
1945. 8 

El hi jo prodigo. © Jacinto Grau, 
Madrid, Spain. R 141532, July 4, 
1945. 9 

His double life. © Alice Avon, Wood- 
side, N; Y. R 140815, June 15, 
1945. 10 

La inmaculada de los Dolores. © 
Jacinto Benavente, Madrid, Spain. 
R 141533, July 4, 1945. 11 



The keys to heaven. © William Som- 
erset Maugham, New York. R 
140600, June 7, 1945. 12 

The Kingdom of heaven; by Elmer L. 
Reizenstein [i. e. Elmer Rice] © 
Elmer Rice, Stamford, Conn. R 
140482, June 6, 1945. 13 

Love in a cottage. © William Som- 
erset Maugham, New York. R 
140602, June 7, 1945. 14 

Love's labour's lost; by William 
Shakespeare, ed. by H. B. Charlton. 
© D. C. Heath & co., Boston. R 
141989, June 22, 1945. 15 

Lydia Gilmore; by Henry Arthur 
Jones. © Doris Thorne, London. 
R 142120, Aug. 7, 1945. 16 

The man without a country; by E. A. 
McFadden & Agnes Crimmins, 
adapted from the story by Edward 
Everett Hale. © Elizabeth Ap- 
thorp McFadden, New York. R 
142239, Aug. 9, 1945. 17 

Mrs. Beamish. © William Somerset 
Maugham, New York. R 140601, 
June 7, 1945. 18 

On with the dance; by Michael Mor- 
ton. © Guy Morton, London. R 
140945, June 16, 1945. 19 

Othello, the moor of Venice (The 
tragedy of) ; by William Shake- 
speare, ed. by Lawrence Mason. © 
Julian Mason, Glen Head, L. I., 
N. Y. R 142029, July 29, 1945. 20 

Poor fish ; by porter Emerson Browne. 
© Suzanne Browne Kuneau, Elli- 
cott City, Md. R 142081, Aug. 8, 
1945. 21 

Saturday night; by Jacinto Bena- 
vente, translated from the Spanish 
by J. G. Underhill. © John Garrett 
Underhill, Brooklyn. R 141531, 
July 4, 1945. 22 



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23 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Le sauteriot; poeme de H. P. Roche et 
Martial Perier, d'apres la piece de 
E. de Keyserling, musique de Sylvio 
Lazzari. © Vve. Lazzari, Suresnes, 
France. R 141720, July 14, 1945. 

23 

The wet nurse. © William Henry 
Buckingham, Omaha. R 142080, 
Aug. 8, 1945. 24 



What's your number; by Anna Nich- 
ols [i. e. Anna Nichols Duffey] & 
A. Matthews. © Anna Nichols & 
Adelaide Matthews, New York. R 
140942, July 3, 1945. 25 

The winter's tale; by William Shake- 
speare, ed. by Frederick E. Pierce. 
© David F. Pierce, Southbury, 
Conn. R 141969, July 22, 1945. 26 



186 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Adjustments after check flights. See 
Aircraft work, aircraft mainte- 
nance. 

Administering cold applications. See 
Nursing, therapeutic uses of heat 
and cold. 

Administering hot applications. See 
Nursing, therapeutic uses of heat 
and cold. 

Aesop's fable. © Terrytoons, inc., 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 6121, 6122 

The fox and the duck, © Aug. 24, 
1945; L 13601. 

The watchdog. © Sept. 28, 1945; 
L 13617. 

Aircraft work, aircraft maintenance. 
© Pathescope co. of America, inc., 
New York. 6123-6127 

Adjustments after check flight. © 
Aug. 1, 1945; M 16602. 

Attaching and aligning wings. © 
Aug. 1, 1945; M 16606. 

Connecting and adjusting controls. 
© Aug. 1, 1945; M 16603. 

Installing and aligning tail sur- 
faces. © Aug. 1, 1945; M 16604. 

Installing landing gear. © Aug. 1, 
1945; M 16605. 

Aircraft work, power plant mainte- 
nance. © Audio productions, 
inc., New York. 6128-6137 

Disassembling the engine. © June 
1, 1945; M 16460. 

Inspecting and reconditioning pis- 
ton assembly. © June 1, 1945; 
M 16455. 

Inspecting and reconditioning valve 
assembly. © June 1, 1945; M 
16464. 

Overhauling camshaft assembly and 
crankcase section. © June 1, 
1945; M 16458. 

Overhauling crankshaft assembly. 
© June 1, 1945; M 16459. 



Overhauling the carburetor. © 

June 1, 1945; M 16457. 
Reassembling the engine. © June 

1, 1945; M 16463. 
Removing and inspecting cylinders. 

© June 1, 1945; M 16461. 
Servicing and timing magnetos. © 

June 1, 1945; M 16466. 
Servicing spark plugs and ignition 

wiring. © June 1, 1945; M 

16456. 

Alaska ; by Archer Winsten. © Title, 
descr. & 2 prints reed. Oct. 20, 
1945; M 16433; Pan American 
world airways, New York. 6138 

All star musical revue. © Nov. 14, 
1945; M 16495; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 6139 

Allotment wives. © Oct. 8, 1945; L 
13707; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6140 

Apology for murder. © Sept. 27, 
1945; L 13574; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6141 

Arson squad. © Sept. 11, 1945; L 
13609; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6142 

Assembly and rigging of the P-63. 
© Title, descr. & 11 prints reed. 
Nov. 14, 1945; M 16497; Bell air- 
craft corp., Buffalo. 6143 

Attaching & aligning wings. See 
Aircraft work, aircraft mainte- 
nance. 

B-29's over Dixie. © Title, descr. & 
14 prints reed. Nov. 14, 1945; M 
16505; Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 

6144 

Baby don't you love me anymore. © 
Nov. 26, 1945; M 16545; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6145 

Back home in Indiana. © Oct. 29, 
1945; M 16451; Soundies distrib- 



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6146 



pt. i, n. s., v. 18 



uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6146 

Back to Bataan. © June 25, 1945; 
L 13629; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 6147 

Badminton. © Oct. 25, 1945; L 
13622; Loew's, inc., New York. 

6148 

A bell for Adano; based on the novel 
by John Hersey. © July 5, 1945; 
L 13530; Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. 6149 

Bell helicopter. © Title, descr. & 16 
prints reed. Nov. 14, 1945; M 
16504; Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 

6150 

Beware of redheads. © Sept. 14, 
1945; L 13666; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 6151 

The big beef. © Oct. 19, 1945; L 
13664; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 6152 

Blazing the western trail. © Oct. 15, 
1945; L 13548; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6153 

Blonde from Brooklyn. © June 21, 
1945; L 13551; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6154 

Blowtop blues. © Oct. 29, 1945; M 
16454; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 6155 

Bluebeard. © Nov. 12, 1944; L 
13562; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6156 

Bookkeeping and accounting. © Sept. 
20, 1945; M 16608; A. P. Twogood, 
Ames, la. 6157 

Border badmen. © Oct. 10, 1945; L 
13575; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6158 

The brick and stone mason. © Sept. 
20, 1945; M 16607; A. P. Twogood, 
Ames, la. 6159 

Budd induction heating process. © 
Title & descr. reed. Nov. 29, 1945, 
11 prints reed. Dec. 3; M 16574; 
Jam Handy organization, inc., De- 
troit. 6160 

Building motion economy into tools 
and equipment. © Title, descr. & 



4 prints reed. Oct. 27, 1945; M 
16444; General motors corp., De- 
troit. 6161 

Calif orny or bust. © Feb. 1, 1945; 
L 13616; Walt Disney productions, 
Burbank, Calif. 6162 

Calling all fibbers. © Oct. 18, 1945; 
L 13554; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6163 

Canine Casanova. © Feb. 12, 1945; 
L 13586; Walt Disney productions, 
Burbank, Calif. 6164 

Captain Kidd. © Aug. 24, 1945; L 
13655; Captain Kidd productions, 
inc., Hollywood, Calif. 6165 

Captain Tugboat Annie; based on 
characters created by Norman 
Reilly Raine. © Nov. 17, 1945; L 
13676; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 6166 

Carnival courage. © Oct. 6, 1945; L 
13671; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 6167 

Champion of the cue. © Sept. 27, 
1945; M 16491; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6168 

Club Havana. © Nov. 5, 1945; L 
13581; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6169 

Code of the lawless. © Oct. 4, 1945; 
L 13646; "Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 6170 

Colorado pioneers; based on Fred 
Harman's famous NEA comic. © 
Oct. 29, 1945; L 13627; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 6171 

Come out fighting. © May 26, 1945; 
L 13531; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6172 



Community sing. © Columbia pic- 
tures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

6173-6179 
Series 9, no. 9. © May 25, 1945 

M 16442. 
Series 9, nos. 10-12. © July 19 
26, Oct. 3, 1945; M 16508-16510 

Series 9, no. 13. © May 28, 1945 
M 16470. 

Series 10, no. 1. © Sept. 20, 1945 

M 16511. 
Series 10, no. 2. © Oct. 18, 1945 

M 16440. 



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Confidential agent; from a novel by 
Graham Greene. © Nov. 10, 1945; 
L 13614; Warner bros, pictures, 
inc., New York. 6180 

Connecting & adjusting controls. See 
Aircraft work, aircraft mainte- 
nance. 

The crime doctor's warning; based 
on Crime doctor by Max Marcin. 
© Sept. 27, 1945; L 13545; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

6181 

Cryin' and singin' the blues. © Oct. 
8, 1945; M 16428; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6182 

Cured duck. © Apr. 13, 1945; L 
13605; Walt Disney production?. 
Burbank, Calif. 6183 

Dakota. © Nov. 6, 1945; L 13625; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

6184 

The Daltons ride again. © Nov. 8, 
1945; L 13643; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 6185 

Dance, dunce, dance. © Oct. 18, 
1945; L 13544; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6186 

Danger ! Women at work. © Aug 
23, 1943; L 13571; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6187 

Dead or alive. © Nov. 9. 1944; L 
13572; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6188 

Delinquent daughters. © Aug. 10, 
1944; L 13568; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6189 

Detour. © Nov. 7, 1945; L 13599; 
P. R. C. pictures, inc., New York. 

6190 

Disassembling the engine. See Air- 
craft work, power plant mainte- 
nance. 

Divorce. © July 2, 1945; L 13695; 
Monogram pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 6191 

Dixie jamboree; based on original 
story by Lawrence E. Tavlor. © 
Aug. 15, 1945; L 13618; P. R. C. 
pictures, inc., New York. 6192 



Doctor of paintings. © Oct. 9, 1945; 
M 16424; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 6193 

Double honeymoon. © Aug. 3, 1945; 
L 13663; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 6194 

Duck pimples. © Feb. 16, 1945; L 
13589; Walt Disney productions, 
Burbank, Calif. 6195 

The enchanted forest. © Nov. 17, 
1945; L 13641; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6196 

Enemy of the law. © May 7, 1945; 
L 13650; P. R. C. pictures, inc., 
New York. 6197 

Engineering powder metallurgy. © 
Audio productions, inc., New York. 

6198, 6199 
Pt. 1, Principles and uses. © Aug. 
1, 1945; M 16462. 

Pt. 2, Manufacture of porous 
bronze bearings. © Aug. 1, 1945; 
M 16465. 

The Falcon in San Francisco. © 
July 20, 1945; L 13630; RKO radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 6200 

Farm work, forging. © H. L. Wood- 
ard, Newhall, Calif. 6201-6203 

No. 1, Forging with a hand forge. 

© Aug. 1, 1945; M 16436. 
No. 2, Forge welding. © Aug. 1, 

1945; M 16437. 
No. 3, Sharpening and tempering 

farm tools. © Aug. 1, 1945; M 

16438. 

Fashion model. © Mar. 10, 1945; L 
13526; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6204 

Fiesta time. © Apr. 4, 1945; L 
13529; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 6205 

Fifty hour inspection P-63. © Bell 
aircraft corp., Buffalo. 6206-6208 
© Title, descr. & 10 prints reed. 

Nov. 14, 1945; M 16499. 
© Title, descr. & 11 prints reed. 

Nov. 14, 1945; M 16500. 
© Title, descr. & 13 prints reed. 

Nov. 14, 1945; M 16501. 

Fighting Bill Carson. © Oct. 31. 
1945; L 13658; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc.. New York. 6209 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Film vodvil; series 3, no. 1. © Aug. 
30, 1945; M 16441; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6210 

Financial background for the resump- 
tion of nost war production. © Ti- 
tle & descr. reed. Nov. 29, 1945, 13 
prints reed. Dec. 3; M 16577; Jam 
Handy organization, inc., Detroit. 

6211 

First Yank in Tokyo. © Sept. 12, 
1945; L 13681; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 6212 

Five salted peanuts. © Oct. 22, 1945; 
M 16426; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6213 

Flame of the west; based on a story 
by Bennett Foster. © Apr. 25, 
1945; L 13691; Monogram pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6214 

Flaming bullets. © Oct. 15, 1945; L 
13573; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6215 

Flying the P-39. © Title, descr. & 
11 prints reed. Nov. 14, 1945; M 
16507; Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 

6216 

Fog Island; based on the play Angel 
Island by Bernadine Angus. © 
Feb. 15, 1945; L 13610; P. R. C. 
pictures, inc., New York. 6217 

Football thrills of 1944. © Sept. 20, 
1945; M 16443; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 6218 

For better or nurse. © June 8, 1945 ; 
L 13635; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 6219 



Forge welding, 
forging. 



See Farm work, 



Forging with a hand forge. See 
Farm work, forging. 

400 years in 4 minutes. © Aug. 6, 
1945; M 16484; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis. 6220 

Fox & the duck. See Aesop's fable. 

Front line artists. © Oct. 8, 1945; 
M 16423; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 6221 

Frontier feud; based on story by 
Charles N. Heckelmann. © Oct. 
25, 1945; L 13653; Monogram pic- 
tures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6222 



Frontier fugitives. © Sept. 1, 1945; 
L 13640; P. R. C. pictures, inc., 
New York. 6223 

Frontier outlaws. © Apr. 4, 1944; L 
13606; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6224 

Gandy Goose in fisherman's luck. © 
Apr. 6, 1945; L 13652; Terrytoons, 
inc., New Rochelle, N.. Y. 6225 

Gandy Goose in Mother Goose night- 
mare. © May 11, 1945; L 13528; 
Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 6226 

Gangsters den. © July 14, 1945; L 
13607; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6227 

Gangsters of the frontier. © Sept. 
25, 1944; L 13561; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6228 

George White's scandals. © Aug. 23, 
1945; L 13633; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 6229 

Getting Gertie's garter; from the 
stage play by Wilson Collison & 
Avery Hopwood. © Nov. 30, 1945; 
L 13708; Edward Small produc- 
tions, inc., Culver City, Calif. 6230 

The ghost and the guest. © Apr. 19, 
1943; L 13619; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6231 

The girl of the Limberlost; based 
upon the novel by Gene Stratton 
Porter. © Oct. 11, 1945; L 13546; 
Columbia pictures, corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 6232 

The golden hunch. © Oct. 4, 1945; 
L 13624 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 

6233 

Grave laughter. © Oct. 9, 1945; M 
16425; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 6234 

The great Mike. © Nov. 15, 1944; L 
13638; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6235 

Grinding a parallel bar, pt. 1: Set- 
ting up the machine. See Machine 
shop work, operations on the sur- 
face grinder. 

Grinding a parallel bar, pt. 2: Grind- 
ing operations. See Machine shop 
work, operations on the surface 
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Grinding a template. See Machine 
shop work, operations on the sur- 
face grinder. 

Grinding a V block. See Machine 
shop work, operations on the sur- 
face grinder. 

Grinding thin discs. See Machine 
shop work, operations on the sur- 
face grinder. 

Harvest melody. © Nov. 22, 1943; L 
13569; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6236 

Heating and air conditioning. © 
Sept. 20, 1945; M 16609; A. P. Two- 
good, Ames, la. 6237 

Hi-ho rodeo. © July 22, 1945; M 
16490; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6238 

His brothers ghost. © Mar. 3, 1945; 
L 13651; P. R. C. pictures, inc., 
New York. 6239 

Hit the hay. © Nov. 29, 1945; L 
13674; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6240 

Hocky homicide. © Feb. 27, 1945; L 
13588; Walt Disney productions, 
Burbank, Calif. 6241 

Hold that blonde; based on a play by 
Paul Armstrong. © Oct. 18, 1945; 
L 13687; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 6242 

Hollywood and Vine. © Apr. 25, 
1945; L 13579; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6243 

Hot foot lights. © Aug. 2, 1945; L 
13604; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 6244 

The house I live in. © Nov. 9, 1945; 
L 13665; Frank Ross productions, 
ltd., Beverly Hills, Calif. 6245 

Hydrotherapy. See Nursing. 

I know that you know. © Oct. 29, 
1945; M 16447; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6246 

I want a little doggie. .© Nov. 12, 
1945; M 16537; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6247 

Idiots deluxe. © July 20, 1945; L 



13552; Columbia pictures cdrp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6248 

If a body meets a body. © Aug. 30, 
1945; L 13540; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6249 

I'm gonna love that guy. © Nov. 26, 
1945; M 16568; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6250 

Inspecting & reconditioning piston 
assembly. See Aircraft work, pow- 
er plant maintenance. 

Inspecting & reconditioning valve as- 
sembly. See Aircraft work, power 
plant maintenance. 

Installing & aligning tail surfaces. 
See Aircraft work, aircraft main- 
tenance. 

Installing landing gear. See Aircraft 
work, aircraft maintenance. 

Introduction to the P-63. © Title, 
descr. & 9 prints reed. Nov. 14, 
1945; M 16496; Bell aircraft corp., 
Buffalo. 6251 

Isle of the dead. © Sept. 7, 1945; 
L 13670; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 6252 

It shouldn't happen to a dog. © June 
15, 1945; L 13634; RKO radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 6253 

It's me, oh Lord. © Nov. 20, 1945; 
M 16561; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6254 

It's your move. © Aug. 10, 1945; L 
13683; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 6255 

I've got to be a rug cutter. © Nov. 
26, 1945; M 16569; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6256 

Jasper and the beanstalk. © Oct. 19, 
1945; L 13547; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 6257 

Jive Junction. © Dec. 20, 1943; L 
13585; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6258 

Johnny Angel; based upon Mr. Angel 
comes aboard by Charles Gordon 
Booth. © Aug. 24, 1945; L 13631; 
RKO radio pictures, inc., New York. 

6259 



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Jose Gonzales. © Nov. 26, 1945; M 
16563; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 6260 

June comes around every year. © 
Nov. 26, 1945; M 16564; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6261 

Jungle capers. © Nov. 29, 1945; M 
16578; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 6262 

The jury goes round 'n round. © 
June 15, 1945; L 13537; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

6263 

Just one of those things. © Nov. 12, 
1945; M 16535; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6264 

The kid sister. © Feb. 6, 1945; L 
13639; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6265 

The kingdom of plastics. © Title & 
descr. reed. Nov. 29, 1945, 15 prints 
reed. _ Dec. 3; M 16575; Jam Handy 
organization, inc., Detroit. 6266 

Ku-ku-nuts. © July 26, 1945; L 
13555; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 6267 

L. S. M. F. T. © Title & descr. reed. 
Nov. 29, 1945, 13 prints reed. Dec. 
3; M 16576; American tobacco co., 
New York. 6268 

The lady confesses. © May 16, 1945 ; 
L 13595; P. R. C. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 6269 

Lady in the death house. © Mar. 15, 
1944; L 13583; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6270 

Landing gear synchronization. © Ti- 
tle, descr. & 9 prints reed. Nov. 14, 
1945; M 16498; Bell aircraft corp., 
Buffalo. 6271 

Lawless empire. © Nov. 15, 1945; L 
13673; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6272 

The legend of Coyote Rock. © Apr. 
10, 1945; L 13600; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif. 6273 

The lost trail. © Sept. 13, 1945; L 
13696; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6274 



The lost weekend; from the novel by 
Charles R. Jackson, © Aug. 10, 
1945 ; L 13636 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 6275 

Love letters; from the novel by Chris 
Massie. © Oct. 26, 1945; L 13566; 
Hal Wallis productions, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 6276 

Lullaby of Broadway. © Nov. 12, 
1945; M 16533; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6277 

Machine gun mama. © Feb. 8, 1944; 
L 13582; P. R. C. nictures, inc., 
New York. 6278 

Machine shop work, operations on the 

surface grinder. © Worcester film 

corp., Worcester, Mass. 6279-6283 

No. 1, Grinding a parallel bar, pt. 

1 : Setting up the machine. © 

Aug. 1, 1945; M 16485. 

No. 2, Grinding a parallel bar, pt. 

2 : Grinding operations. © Aug. 

1, 1945; M 16486. 
No. 3, Grinding a template. © 

Aug. 1, 1945; M 16487. 
No. 4, Grinding a V block. © Aug. 

1, 1945; M 16488. 

No. 5, Grinding thin discs. © Aug. 
1, 1945; M 16489. 

Magic on a stick. © Oct. 4, 1945; L 
13621 ; Loew's inc., New York. 6284 

Man alive; based on an original story 
by Jerry Cady & John Tucker Bat- 
tle. © Oct. 19, 1945; L 13669; 
RKO radio pictures, inc., New York. 

6285 

The man who walked alone. © Mar. 
15, 1945; L 13577; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6286 

Manufacture of porous bronze bear- 
ings. See Engineering powder met- 
allurgy. 

Marked for murder. © Feb. 8, 1945; 
L 13560; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6287 

The mayor's husband. © Sept. 20, 
1945; L 13542; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6288 

Men on her mind. © Dec. 2, 1944; L 
13584; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6289 



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Merida and Campeche. © Nov. 8, 
1945: M 16549; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 6290 

Mess production. © Aug. 24, 1945; 
L 13637; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 6291 

Mexican melody. © Oct. 29, 1945; 
M 16450; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6292 

Mexicana. © Oct. 11, 1945; L 13533; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

6293 

Micro-phonies. © Oct. 19, 1945; L 
13553; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6294 

Mighty Mouse in the silver streak. 
© June 8, 1945; L 13654; Terry- 
toons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

6295 

A miner affair. © Oct. 19, 1945; L 
13539; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6296 

The missing corpse. © June 6, 1945; 
L 13657; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6297 

Mr. Muggs rides again. © June 4, 
1945; L 13693; Monogram pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6298 

The monster maker. © Apr. 15, 
1944; L 13611; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6299 

The moon of Manakoora. © Oct. 29, 
1945; M 16449; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6300 

Movietone news. © Movietonews, 
inc., New York. 6301-6319 

V. 28, nos. 7, 8. © Sept. 21, 25, 

1945; M 16408, 16409. 
V. 28, nos. 9, 10. © Sept. 28, Oct. 

2, 1945; M 16467, 16468. 
V. 28, nos. 11-14. © Oct. 5, 9, 12, 

16, 1945; M 16480-16483. 
V. 28, nos. 15-18. © Oct. 19, 23, 

26, 30, 1945; M 16527-16530. 
V. 28, nos. 19-21. © Nov. 2, 6, 9, 

1945; M 16546-16548. 
V. 28, nos. 22-24. © Nov. 13, 16, 

20, 1945; M 16579-16581. 
V. 28, no. 25. © Nov. 23, 1945; M 

16596. 



Musical novelties. © Oct. 22, 1945; 
M 16429; Vitaphone corp., New- 
York. 6320 

My Chickashay gal. © Oct. 29, 1945 ; 
M 16453; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 6321 

My name is Julia Ross; from the book 
The woman in red, by Anthony Gil- 
bert. © Nov. 27, 1945; L 13706; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 6322 

The mysterious rider. © Nov. 20, 
1943; L 13613; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6323 

Never too old to swing. © Nov. 5, 
1945; M 16544; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6324 

News of the day. © Hearst metro- 
tone news, inc., New York. 

6325-6342 

V. 17, nos. 203, 204. © Sept. 19, 
21, 1945; M 16406, 16407. 

V. 17, nos. 205, 206. © Sept. 26, 
28, 1945; M 16431, 16432. 

V. 17, nos. 207-210. © Oct. 2, 4, 
9, 11, 1945; M 16476-16479. 

V. 17, nos. 211-214. © Oct. 17, 19, 
24, 26, 1945; M 16539-16542. 

V. 17, nos. 215, 216. © Oct. 31, 
Nov. 2, 1945; M 16593, 16594. 

V. 17, nos. 217-220. © Nov. 7, 9, 

14, 16, 1945; M 16598-16601. 

No can do. © Nov. 26, 1945; M 

16566; Soundies distributing corp. 

of America, inc., Chicago. 6343 

No sail. © Apr. 3, 1945; L 13587; 

Walt Disney productions, Burbank, 

Calif. 6344 

Nursing. © Willard pictures, New 

York. 6345-6347 

Hydrotherapy. © July 1, 1945; M 

16473. 
Radiotherapy. © July 1, 1945; M 

16471. 
The vital signs and their interrela- 
tion: body, temperature, pulse, 
respiration, blood pressure. © 
July 1, 1945; M 16475. 

Nursing, care of the newborn baby. 
© Jan. 1, 1945; M 16612; John A. 
Haeseler, Woodbridge, Conn. 6348 

Nursing, therapeutic uses of heat and 
cold. © Willard pictures, New 
York. 6349, 6350 



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Nursing, therapeutic uses of heat and 
cold — continued. 

Pt. 1, Administering hot applica- 
tions. © July 1, 1945; M 16472. 

Pt. 2, Administering cold applica- 
tions. © July 1, 1945; M 16474. 

Oath of vengeance. © Dec. 9, 1944; 
L 13576; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6351 

The only all-glass coffee brewer. © 
Title, descr. & 108 prints reed. Oct. 
28, 1945; M 16446; Cory glass cof- 
fee brewer co., Chicago. 6352 

The open door. © Title & descr. reed. 
Nov. 29, 1945, 18 prints reed. Dec. 
3; M 16571; Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc., Detroit. 6353 

Out of the night ; based on an original 
story by Fritz Rotter. © Mar. 31, 
1945; L 13567; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6354 

Overhauling camshaft assembly & 
crankcase section. See Aircraft 
work, power plant maintenance. 

Overhauling crankshaft assembly. 
See Aircraft work, power plant 
maintenance. 

Overhauling the carburetor. See Air- 
craft work, power plant mainte- 
nance. 

Paddle your own. © Nov. 9, 1945; 
M 16492; Columbia pictures corp., 
New York. 6355 

Painting and decorating. © Sept. 20, 
1945; M 16610; A. P. Twogood, 
Ames, la. 6356 

Paper magic. © Oct. 8, 1945; M 
16421; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 6357 

Parade of progress. © Oct. 15, 1945 ; 
M 16543; Hugh Harman produc- 
tions, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. 

6358 

Paramount news; nos. 1-15. © Sept. 
1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29, Oct. 3, 
6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 1945; M 16512- 
1652.6; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 6359-6373 

Pardon my past. © Sept. 8, 1945; L 
13679; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6374 



Peck up your troubles. © Oct. 22, 



1945; M 16430; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 6375 

People on paper. © Oct. 3, 1945; L 
13623; Loew's, inc., New York. 6376 

Phantom of 42nd Street; based on the 
novel by Jack HarVey & Milton 
Raison. © May 2, 1945; L 13570; 
P. R. C. pictures, inc., New York. 

6377 

The Phantom Rider; chaps. 1-6. © 
Oct. 26, 1945; L 13678; Republic 
pictures, corp., New York. 6378 

Pillow of death. © Oct. 3, 1945; L 
13649; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 6379 

Pistol packin' nitwits. © Apr. 4, 
1945; L 13538; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6380 

Plumbing. © Sept. 20, 1945; M 
16611; A. P. Twogood, Ames, la. 

6381 

Popular science; J5-1. © Oct. 12, 
1945; M 16469; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 6382 

Pottery poets. © Oct. 8, 1945; M 
16422; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 6383 

Prairie rustlers. © Nov. 20, 1945; 
L 13659; P. R. C. pictures, inc., 
New York. 6384 

Preflight and daily inspection P-63. 
© Title, descr. & 12 prints reed. 
Nov. 14, 1945; M 16502; Bell air- 
craft corp., Buffalo. 6385 

Principles & uses. See Engineering 
powder metallurgy. 

Prison ship. © Nov. 15, 1945; L 
13698; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6386 

Progressive honing with automatic 
sizing. © Title & descr. reed. Nov. 
29, 1945, 13 prints reed. Dec. 3. M 
16573; Jam Handy organization, 
inc., Detroit. 6387 

The Purple Monster strikes; chaps. 
7-15. © Oct. 11, 1945; L 13532; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

6388 

Pursuit to Algiers ; based on the char- 
acters created by Sir Arthur Conan 
Doyle. © Oct. 25, 1945; L 13642; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. . 6389 



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Quiet please. © Nov. 20, 1945; L 
13660; Loew's inc., New York. 6390 

Radio stars on parade. © Aug. 29, 
1945; L 13667; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 6391 

Radiotherapy. See Nursing. 

Reassembling the engine. See Air- 
craft work, power plant mainte- 
nance. 

Removing & inspecting cylinders. 
See Aircraft work, power plant 
maintenance. 

The renegades. © July 1, 1943; L 
13612; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6392 

Report on the jet propulsion. © Ti- 
tle, descr. & 14 prints reed. Nov. 14, 

* 1945; M 16503; Bell aircraft corp., 
Buffalo. 6393 

Return of the Rangers. © Oct. 26, 
1943; L 13596; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6394 

Riders of the dawn. © Oct. 21, 1945; 
L 13602; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6395 

Rippling romance. © June 21, 1945; 
L 13556; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 6396 

River gang ; from the story Fairy tale 
murder, by Charles David & Hugh 
Gray. © Sept. 28, 1945; L 13645; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 6397 

Rogues' gallery. © Jan. 1, 1945; L 
13558; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6398 

Rough Riders of Cheyenne. © Oct. 
17, 1945; L 13628; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 6399 

Rustlers' hideout. © Sept. 2, 1944; 
L 13608 ; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6400 

Saddle serenade. © Aug. 3, 1945; L 
13697; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6401 

Santa Claus is in the dog house now. 
© Nov. 12, 1945; M 16534; Soundies 
dist. corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6402 

Scotland Yard investigator. © Sept. 
21, 1945; L 13534; Republic pic- 
tures corp., New York. 6403 



Screen snapshots; series 24, 8-10. © 
Mar. 29, Apr. 22, May 26, 1945; M 
16410-16412; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6404-6406 

A self-made mongrel. © June 29, 
1945 ; L 13703 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 6407 

Senorita from the west. © Oct. 4, 
1945; L 13648; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 6408 

Sensation hunters. © Oct. 7, 1945; 
L 13615; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6409 

Servicing & timing magnetos. See 
Aircraft work, power plant main- 
tenance. 

Servicing P-39. © Title, descr. & 15 
prints reed. Nov. 14, 1945; M 16506; 
Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 6410 

Servicing spark plugs ignition wiring. 
See Aircraft work, power plant 
maintenance. 

Seven doors to death. © July 25, 
1944; L 13620; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6411 

Shadows of death. © Apr. 19, 1945; 
L 13559 ; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6412 

Shake hands with murder. © Apr. 
22, 1944; L 13591; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6413 

Sharpening & tempering farm tools. 
See Farm work, forging. 

She went to the races; based upon a 
story by Alan Friedman & De Val- 
lon Scott. © Oct. 5, 1945; L 13536; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 6414 

She wouldn't say yes. © Nov. 10, 
1945; L 13680; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6415 

SNAFU; from the stageplay by Louis 
Solomon & Harold Buchman. © 
Nov. 22, 1945; L 13699; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

6416 

Solid senders. © Sept. 28, 1945; L 
13557; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 6417 

Something you didn't eat. © May 
17, 1945; M 16439; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif. 6418 



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6419 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Song of Mexico. © Nov. 28, 1945; L 
13675; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 6419 

Song of old Wyoming. © Nov. 4, 
1945; L 13580; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6420 

Song of the prairie. © Sept. 27, 
1945; L 13549; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6421 

Sophisticated hula. © Nov. 26, 1945 ; 
M 16565; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6422 

South of the Rio Grande. © Aug. 
25, 1945; L 13702; Monogram pic- 
tures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6423 

South Sea Sadie. © Nov. 12, 1945; 
M 16532; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6424 

The Spanish Main. © Sept. 29, 1945 ; 
L 13682; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 6425 

Speaking of animals in animal-ology. 
© Nov. 30, 1945; M 16595; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

6426 

Spook town. © June 3, 1944; L 
13597; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6427 

Sports go to war. © Nov. 14, 1945; 
M 16494; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 6428 

Sports sticklers. © Oct. 3, 1945; M 
16493; Loew's, inc., New York. 

6429 

Spreading the jam. © Sept. 13, 1945; 
L 13527; Loew's inc., New York. 

6430 

Springtime in Texas. © May 21, 
1945; L 13694; Monogram pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6431 

Stagecoach outlaws. © Aug. 17, 
1945; L 13578; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6432 

Star in the night. © Oct. 23, 1945; 
L 13550; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6433 

Submarine base. © July 20, 1943; L 
13592; Producers releasing corp., 
New York. 6434 



Sunbonnet Sue. © Oct. 25, 1945; L 



13662; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6435 

Swing high, swing sweet. © Nov. 29, 
1945; L 13688; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 6436 

Swing hostess. © Sept. 8, 1944; L 
13563; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6437 

Swingin' in the groove. © Oct. 22, 
1945; M 16427; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6438 

Tampico. © Nov. 12, 1945; M 16531; 
Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 6439 

Texas manhunt. © Dec. 8, 1942; L 
13689; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6440 

There ain't a town in Texas. © Nov. 
26, 1945; M 16567; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6441 

There is no sunshine. © Nov. 12, 
1945; M 16536; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6442 

There must be a way. © Oct. 29, 
1945; M 16452; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6443 

They were expendable; based on the 
book by William L. White. © Nov. 
16, 1945; L 13661; Loew's inc., New 
York. 6444 

This love of ours ; based upon the play 
entitled Come Prima Maglio de 
Prima, by Luigi Pirandello. © Oct. 
25, 1945; L 13644; Universal pic- 
tures co., inc., New York. 6445 

Tiger fangs. © Oct. 9, 1943; L 
13594; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6446 

The tiger woman; based on a play by 
John A. Dunkel. © Oct. 2, 1945; L 
13626; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 6447 

To a new world. © Title & descr. 
reed. Nov. 29, 1945, 7 prints reed. 
Dec. 3; M 16572; Jam Handy or- 
ganization, inc., Detroit. 6448 

Trail to vengeance. © Oct. 4, 1945; 
L 13647; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 6449 



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no. 11, 1945 



6490 



Treasure jest. © Sept. 30, 1945; L 
13603; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 6450 

Trouble chasers. © May 16, 1945; L 
13692; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 6451 

Type G-l automatic pilot. © Mar. 
28, 1945; M 16538; Raphael G. 
Wolff studios, Hollywood, Calif. 

6452 

Universal newsreel. © Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 

6453-6470 

V. 18, nos. 430-437. © Sept. 6, 11, 
13, 18, 20, 25, 27, Oct. 2, 1945; M 
16413-16420. 

V. 18, nos. 438-447. © Oct. 4, 9, 
11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, Nov. 1, 6, 
1945; M 16550-16559. 

Using the classroom film. © Oct. 2, 
1945; M 16445; Encyclopaedia brit- 
annica films, inc., New York. 6471 

Vacation from marriage. © Nov. 27, 
1945; L 13705; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 6472 

Vine, women and song. © Sept. 6, 
1945; L 13541; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6473 

The vital signs and their interrela- 
tions : body, temperature, pulse, 
respiration, blood pressure. See 
Nursing. 

Voice of the whistler; suggested by 
the program The whistler. © Oct. 
30, 1945; L 13672; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6474 

Wanderer of the wasteland; from the 
novel by Zane Grey. © Sept. 28, 
1945; L 13668; RKO radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 6475 

War task: Assignment for the Weir- 
ton steel co. © Title & descr. reed. 
Nov. 29, 1945, 10 prints reed. Dec. 
3; M 16570; Jam Handy organiza- 
tion, inc., Detroit. 6476 

Watchdog. See Aesop's fable. 



Weekend in Bermuda; by Archer 
Winsten. © Title, descr. & 2 
prints reed. Oct. 20, 1945 ; M 16435 ; 
Pan American world airways, New 
York. 6477 

What no cigarettes. © July 13, 1945; 
L 13684; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. • 6478 

When the lights go on again. © Oct. 
23, 1944; L 13593; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6479 

Where the pest begins. © Oct. 4, 
1945; L 13543; Columbia pictures 
corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6480 



Whispering skull. 
L 13565; P. R. 
New York. 



© Dec. 29, 1944; 

C. pictures, inc., 

6481 



White pongo. © Aug. 10, 1945; L 
13598; P. R. C. pictures, inc., New 
York. 6482 

Whv did I kiss that girl. © Oct. 29, 
1945; M 16448; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 6483 

Why girls leave home. © Nov. 5, 
1945; L 13590; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6484 

Wild and woolfy. © Sept. 21, 1945; 
L 13535; Loew's, inc., New York. 

6485 

Wild horse phantom. © Oct. 28, 
1944; L 13564; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6486 

Wings over Latin America; by Ar- 
cher Winsten. © Title, descr. & 2 
prints reed. Oct. 20, 1945; M 16434; 
Pan American world airways, New 
York. 6487 

Winky the watchman. © Oct. 31, 
1945; L 13656; Hugh Harman pro- 
ductions, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. 

6488 

Woman who came back. © Nov. 28, 
1945; L 13677; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 6489 

You drive me crazy. © Sept. 7, 1945 ; 
L 13632; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 6490 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 700 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 1,078 

Total : 1,778 



197 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT 
OF MARCH 4, 1909 [6490 



Ace high ; adapted from the story by 
Lynn Reynolds. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 
142056, Aug. 7, 1945. 1 

After Henry. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 142273, Aug. 9, 1945. 2 

Before and after taking. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142279, Aug. 9, 
1945. 3 

Believe me Xantippe; adapted from 
the play by Frederick Ballard. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 141520, July 7, 1945. 4 

The beloved traitor; adapted from the 
story by Frank L. Packard. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 142277, 
Aug. 9, 1945. 5 

Blue eyed Mary; adapted from the 
story by Frances Crowley. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 142054, Aug. 7, 
1945. 6 

Blue jeans; adapted from Joseph 
Arthur's famous melodrama. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 142261, 
Aug. 9, 1945. 7 

The brass check; adapted from the 
storv by George Allan England. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 142281, 
Aug. 9, 1945. 8 

Breakers ahead; adapted from the 
story by Charles J. Brabin & H. P. 
Keeler. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 142286, Aug. 9, 1945. 9 

The bright lights dimmed. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142272, Aug. 9, 
1945. 10 

Broadway Bill. © Loew's inc., New 
York. R 142271, Aug. 9, 1945. 11 

The city of dim faces; adapted from 
the story by Frances Marion. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 141526, July 7, 1945. 12 

The claim; story from the play by 
Charles Kenyon & Frank Dare. © 



Loew's, inc., New York. R 142283, 
Aug. 9, 1945. 13 

The danger mark. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 142103, 
Aug. 8, 1945. - 14 

Dodging a million. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 142266, Aug. 9, 1945. 

15 

The eyes of mystery; adapted from 
the story The house in the mist by 
Octavus Roy Cohen & J. U. Giesy. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 
142263, Aug. 9, 1945. 16 

The fallen angel; adapted from the 
story by Gouveneur Morris. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 142063, Aug. 7, 1945. 

17 

Fedora; from the play by Victorien 
Sardou. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 142104, Aug. 8, 
1945. 18 

Fields of honor; adapted from the 
story by Irvin S. Cobb. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142260, Aug. 9, 
1945. 19 

The floor below; adapted from the 
story by Elaine Sterne. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142284, Aug. 9, 
1945. 20 

Gas logic. © Loew's, inc., New York. 
R 142290, Aug. 9, 1945. 21 

Good night nurse. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 141523, 
July 7, 1945. 22 

Help wanted. © Loew's inc., New 
York. R 142267, Aug. 9, 1945. 23 

Her boy; adapted from H. Carey 
Wonderly's story Conscription. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 142265, 
Aug. 9, 1945. 24 

Her price; adapted from the story by 
George Scarborough. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 142062, Aug. 7, 1945. 25 



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53 



His generosity. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 142276, Aug. 9, 1945. 26 

His strength of mind. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 142280, Aug. 9, 1945. 

27 

How could you, Jean ; adapted from 
the story by Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd. 
© Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 141521, July 7, 1945. 28 

The kid is clever; adapted from the 
story by Randolph Lewis. © Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. R 142059, Aug. 7, 1945. 29 

The landloper ; adapted from the story 
by Holman Day. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 142289, Aug. 9, 1945. 

30 

The legion of death ; adapted from the 
story by June Mathis. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142270, Aug. 9, 
1945. 31 

Less than kin. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. © 142102, 
Aug. 8, 1945. 32 

Miss Innocence; adapted from the 
story by H. Corker. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 142065, Aug. 7, 1945. 33 

My own United States; adapted from 
the story by Anthony Paul Kelly. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 
142288, Aug. 9, 1945. 34 

Other men's daughters; adapted from 
the story by E. Lloyd Sheldon. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 142060, Aug. 7, 1945. 

35 

Our little wife; adapted from the 
story by Avery Hopwood. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 142269, 
Aug. 9, 1945. 36 

The revelation; adapted from Mabel 
Wagnall's story The rose bush of a 
thousand years. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 142282, Aug. 9, 
1945. 37 

Revenge ; from the novel Hearts steady 
fast by Edward Moffatt. © Loew's", 
inc., New York. R 142275, Aug. 9, 
1945. 38 

Sandy; adapted from the story by 
Alice Hegan Rice. © Paramount 



pictures, inc., New York. R 141522, 
July 7, 1945. 39 

The scarlet road; adapted from the 
story by Charles Kenyon. © Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. R 142058, Aug. 7, 1945. 40 

The shell game; adapted from the 
story Good will and almond shells 
by Kenneth L. Roberts. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142278, Aug. 9, 
1945. 41 

Special today. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 142285, Aug. 9, 1945. 42 

Their mutual motor. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 142262, Aug. 9, 1945. 

43 

A tight squeeze. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 
142064, Aug. 7, 1945. 44 

Uncle Tom's cabin; adapted from the 
story by Harriet Elizabeth Beecher 
Stowe. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 141525, July 7, 1945. 

45 

Under suspicion; adapted from the 
story by Hugh S. Weir. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142268, Aug. 9, 
1945. 46 

Under the influence. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 142264, Aug. 9, 1945. 

47 

Under the yoke; adapted from the 
story by George Scarborough. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 142057, Aug. 7, 1945. 

48 

We can't have everything; adapted 
from the story by Rupert Hughes. 
© Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 141524, July 7, 1945. 49 

We should worry; adapted from the 
story by Kenean Buel. © Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. R 142055, Aug. 7, 1945. 50 

A weaver of dreams. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 142274, Aug. 9, 1945. 

51 

When a man's married. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142287, Aug. 9, 



1945. 



52 



Who's your father. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 
142061, Aug. 7, 1945. 53 



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54 



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Why Henry left home. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 142259, Aug. 9, 
1945. 54 



Wild women and tame lions. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 142053, Aug. 7, 1945 

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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1945 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 
No. 12 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1942 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of 
the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical 
compositions, arranged alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture 
photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged 
alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D," Class 
D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright 
registration of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." 
stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in 
the Copyright Office, of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 23 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of motion pictures of 
which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately 
following the motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the 
titles of all motion pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries "shall be admitted in any court as prima facie 
evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (re- 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the 
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Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

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including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

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posited for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall 
determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright 
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1939, inclusive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright 
Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
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such books or articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the 
claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright de- 
posits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical 
compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo- 
engravings, or photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas 
and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement 
of authorship is given. 



Accident show. See Amos 'n' Andy. 

Affinity for life. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1945 ; 
D 96360; Truman Glenn Benedict, 
Atlanta. 6491 

The Aldrich family; Henry and the 
weasel, based on characters orig- 
inated by Clifford Goldsmith. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 96261; William 
Hollingsworth Whyte, jr., West 
Chester, Pa. 6492 

Alfred Smith; Sept. 30, 1945. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, 1945; D 96514; Gerard M. 
Murray, Brooklyn. 6493 

Alias, the Lone Ranger. See The 
Lone Ranger. 

The all American swing. © 1 c. Dec. 
3, 1945; D 96259; Robert L. Schain, 
Brooklyn. 6494 

Ambush. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

The American skating king; or, 
Dancing blades. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 
1945; D 96298; Arthur Wyman 
Procter & Eben Cassius Gould, New 
York. 6495 

Amos 'n' Andy. © Charles J. Cor- 
rell & Freeman F. Gosden, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 6496-6499 

v. 3, script no. 6, Accident show. © 

1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; D 96391. 
v. 3, script no. 7, Happy snappies 

show. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; D 

96392. 

v. 3, script no. 8, Thanksgiving 
show. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; D 
96393. 

v. 3, script no. 9, Picture in the 
paper show. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 
1945; D 96394. 

And so, beloved; by Ned [i. e. E. G.] 
Will, 2d. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1945; D 
96498; Edgar Gregory Will, 2d, Co- 
lumbus, O. 6500 



And the clown laughed. © 1 c. Dec. 
4, 1945; D 96237; Thonnis Watson 
Calhoun, Houston, Tex. 6501 

The animal fair; by A. F. Katzentine. 
© A. Frank Katzentine, d. b. a. Ra- 
dio station WKAT, Miami Beach, 



Fla. 
Dec. 1, 1945. 
D 96264. 

Dec. 8, 1945. 
D 96432. 

Dec. 15, 1945. 
D 96529. 



6502-6504 
© 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; 

© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945; 

© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1945; 



April 12, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; 
D 96295; Richard Franklin Sturm, 
Long Beach, N. Y. 6505 

Are you the first; by Frank Beckwith. 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1943; D 85126; Her- 
bert Kerkow, New York. 6506 

Arithmetic and grammar. © 1 c. 
Dec. 5, 1945; D 96263; Cornelia 
Otis Skinner, New York. 6507 

At the Bergens. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 
1945; D 96526; Anne Kroll, Brook- 
lyn. 6508 

August victory. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1945; 
D 96349; Robert F. Adkins, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 6509 

Aunt Jenny's real life stories; script 
nos. 2295-2300, Consolation prize, 
pts. 1-6, by Ralph Berkey. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 1, 1945; D 96226-96231; 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 

6510-6515 

Auntie. See The Lone Ranger. 

Back door of the mountain. See 
Challenge of the Yukon. 

The better man. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1945 ; 
D 96323; Arndt Giusti, San Fran- 
cisco. 6516 

Big sister; script nos. 2369-2373, 
Nov. 12-16, 1945, by Julian Funt. 
© 1 c. each Dec. 1, 1945; D 96232- 
96236; Lever bros. co., Cambridge, 
Mass. 6517-6521 



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The bitter cup. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; 
D 96244; Charles James Conrad, 
Hollywood, Calif. 6522 

The Black Monk. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1945; D 96459; Marguerite W. 
Stewart, Philadelphia. 6523 

Blizzard in the Yukon. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

Blowin' your top. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1945; D 96550; Mortimer Golden, 
New York. 6524 

The boobytrap; text & music by Ter- 
ence Rich [pseud, of H. C. I. Rod- 
gers] © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; D 
76479; Helen C. Ingham Rodgers, 
Texarkana, Tex. 6525 

La Bottega del caffe. See The coffee- 
house. 

A boy and a dog. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 

Boysi stories. See Eighty minutes to 
the hour. 

The brass button. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. t 

Build me a world; by Howard Miles 
[pseud, of I. Nierenberg] © 1 c. 
Dec. 3, 1945; D 96220; Irwin Nie- 
renberg, New York. " 6526 

Calling all girls club; by L. Kermit 
Lyons. © Calling all girls, inc., 
New York. 6527-6530 

Christmas show — 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 
5, 1945; D 96321. 

Nos. 91-93. © 1 c. each Dec. 5, 
1945; D 96318-96320. 

Carlo the engineer; no. 1, Congress- 
man Blatt tells the world. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, 1945; D 96492; Vernon 
Radcliffe, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

6531 

Case of Leonard Zalutsky, pt. 1. 
See Gang busters. 

Case of Leonard Zalutsky, pt. 2. 
See Gang busters. 

Case of Matthew Kozera. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of the G. I. spenders. See David 
Harding — counterspy. 

Case of the phony philanthropy. See 
David Harding — counterspy. 



The cash quiz contest for the listen- 
ing audience. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1945; D 96145; Louis Silverstein, 
Brooklyn. 6532 

Celebrity wife. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; 
D 96409; Thaddeus C. Suski, 
Larchmont, N. Y. 6533 

Challenge of the Yukon. © Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 

6534-6557 
No. 369, Wilderness girl, by Tren- 
dle & Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 
1945; D 96324. 

No. 370, Clinns Canyon, by Trendle 
& Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; 
D 96325. 

No. 371, Trail scent, by Trendle & 

Green. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 

96326. 
No. 372, The dog-head nugget, by 

Trendle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 

5, 1945; D 96327. 
No. 373, Silver Point renegades, by 

Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 

1945; D 96328. 
No. 374, Landslide, by Trendle & 

Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 

96329. 

No. 375, Blizzard in the Yukon, by 
Trendle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 
5, 1945; D 96330. 

No. 376, Back door of the mountain, 
by Trendle & Merrill. © 1 c. 
Dec. 5, 1945; D 96331. 

No. 377, Her weight in gold, by 

Trendle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 

5, 1945; D 96332. 
No. 378, Spawn of the north, by 

Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 

1945; D 96333. 

No. 379, The dog team race, by 

Trendle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 

1945; D 96334. 
No. 380, God of the mountain, by 

Trendle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 

5, 1945; D 96335. 
No. 381, A boy and a dog, by Tren- 
dle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 

1945; D 96336. 
No. 382, Ambush, by Trendle & 

Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 

96337. 
No. 383, Trap robber, by Trendle 

& Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; 

D 96338. 
No. 384, Medicine man, by Trendle 

& Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; 

D 96339. 



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6583 



Challenge of the Yukon. — Continued. 

No. 385, Thunder, by Trendle & 
Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 
96340. 

No. 386, Recovered claim, by Tren- 
dle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 
1945; D 96341. 

No. 387, Old Tom, by Trendle & 
Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 
96342. 

No. 388, The brass button, by Tren- 
dle & Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 
1945; D 96343. 

No. 389, Escape, by Trendle & Mer- 
rill. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 
96344. 

No. 390, Skipper, by Trendle & 
Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 
96289. 

No. 391, The chase, by Trendle & 
Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 
96290. 

No. 392, The map, by Trendle & 
Merrill. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 
96291. 

Changing faces; by Gene Alexander 
[pseud, of S. Geneen] © 1 c. Dec. 
14, 1945; D 96428; Samuel Geneen, 
Hollywood, Calif. 6558 

The chase. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Chase and Sanborn program; Oct. 
28, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1945. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 3, 1945; D 96215-96219; 
Edgar John Bergen, Los Angeles. 

6559-6563 

A child comes home. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 
1945; D 96455; Libby Taylor, 
Washington, D. C. 6564 

Choo choo for Chicago. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

The city slicker. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1945; D 96515; Hilde W. Seiter, 
Easton, Pa. 6565 

Clinns Canyon. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Code of conduct. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 
1945; D 96362; Henry Thayer, 
Stockton, Calif. 6566 

The coffeehouse; based on La Bottega 
del caffe, by Carlo Goldoni, trans- 
lated & adapted by R. I. Bimonte & 
M. B. Agruss. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 
1945; D 96528; Richard I. Bimonte 
& Mitchell B. Agruss, New York. 

6567 



The conception. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1945; 
D 96398; George Vincent Avion, 
Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 6568 

Congressman Blatt tells the world. 
See Carlo the engineer. 

Consolation prize. See Aunt Jenny's 
real life stories. 

The corn is green. © Dec. 10, 1945; 
D 96506; Emlyn Williams, New 
York. 6569 

Counselor-at-love; episode one. © 1 
c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 96250; Milena 
Miller, New York. 6570 

Cram session; by Nancy Goodwin. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1945; D 96547; Tim- 
othy T. Morrow, Chicago. 6571 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New 
York. 6572-6575 

Nos. 275, 276, Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 1945. 
© 1 c. each Dec. 11, 1945; D 
96368, 96369. 

No. 277, Dec. 9, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 

12, 1945; D 96389. 
No. 278, Dec. 16, 1945. © 1 c. 

Dec. 25, 1945; D 96551. 

Le culte du devoir. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 
1945; D 96304; Lucie Goiran, New 
York. 6576 

The customer's viewpoint; June 21, 
1945, by Trade-ways, inc. © 1 c. 
Dec. 13, 1945; D 96404; American 
gas assn., New York. 6577 

The daffy Dills; by Jay Tobias. © 
Dec. 7, 1945; D 96376; T. S. Deni- 
son & co., Minneapolis. 6578 

The Daly doings. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1945; D 96313; Leo W. Steiner & 
Philip G. Nessanbaum, Bayonne, 
N. J. 6579 

Dancing blades. See The American 
dancing king. 

Dark mother. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1945; 
D 96571; Riley Hughes, Providence. 

6580 

The dark'ning hours. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1945; D 96496; Edgar Gregory 
Will, 2d, Columbus, O. 6581 

David Harding — counterspy; by Phil- 
lips H. Lord. © Lord inc., New 
York. 6582, 6583 

Program no. 177, Case of the G. I. 

spenders. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; 

D 96176. 



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David Harding — counterspy. — Con. 
Program no. 178, Case of the phony 
philanthropy. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1945; D 96177. 

Dawn before tomorrow; or, The lov- 
ers' club of the air. © 1 c. Dec. 
10, 1945; D 96372; Philip Todres, 
Brooklyn. 6584 

The day dawns clear; by Ned [i. e. 
E. G.] Will, 2d. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1945; D 96497; Edgar Gregory 
Will, 2d, Columbus, O. 6585 

Do all men complain. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 
1945; D 96400; John Victor Brail- 
lard, Paterson, N. J. 6586 

Dr. Christian; episode no. 366, Re- 
treat to kindness. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1945; D 96482; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 6587 

Doctor Donovan. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

The dog-head nugget. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

The dog team race. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 

Dotty and Mike land at Le Bourget. 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1945; D 96568; 
Adolphe Victor Pervy, Swarthmore, 
Pa. 6588 

Dream house forum; program no. 1, 
Dec. 19, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1945; 
D 96573; Harry A. Belyea, Water- 
town, Mass. 6589 

The Earl and the oyster; by Burch 
[i. e. F. G. B.] Baker. © 1 c. Dec. 
16, 1945; D 96460; Frank Glenn 
Burch-Baker, Pasadena, Calif. 

6590 

Easter lillies; by V. M. Sanderson 
[i. e. Vida Mae Snaderson Milloy] 
© 1 c. Dec. 1, 1945; D 96221; Vida 
Mae Sanderson, New York. 6591 

Eighty minutes to the hour; by C. 
Foster, based upon the Boysi stories 
by G. Allan. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1945; 
D 96554; Claiborne Foster, New 
York, Glenn Allan, Summerville, 
S. C, & Dorothy Heyward, New 
York. 6592 

Escape. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Fibber McGee and Molly; Nov. 6, 13, 
20, 1945, by Don Quinn & Phil Les- 
lie. © 1 c. each Dec. 4, 1945; D 



96271-96273; S. C. Johnson & son, 
inc., Racine, Wis. 6593-6595 

A filly for Larry; based on the play, 
Love waits on horses. © 1 c. Dec. 
18, 1945; D 96495; Truman Curtis, 
Los Angeles. 6596 

First drink. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1945; 
D 96457; John Victor Braillard, 
Paterson, N. J. 6597 

First nighter. © Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 6598-6600 

Nov. 24, 1945, They called the lady 
Bessie, by Katherine Grattan. © 
1 c. Dec. 2, 1945; D 96242. 

Dec. 1, 1945, Sugar report, by Vir- 
ginia Safford. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 
1945; D 96373. 

Dec. 8, 1945, The hunt, by John 
Shaw. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1945; D 
96491. 

A fool's paradise; by Paul Lindau, 
adapted & translated I. Stewart. 
© 1 c. June 11, 1945; D 93872; Ida 
Stewart, New York. 6601 

Foster brother. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Four chairs and a davenport. © 1 c. 
Dec. 17, 1945; D 96464; Charles Di- 
vine, Binghamton, N. Y. 6602 

The four giants of Amsterdam. See 
The Shadow. 

Four letter man. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1945; D 96520; Helen Louise Lin- 
ken, Brooklyn. 6603 

Friendly service; June 26, 1945, by 
Trade-ways, inc. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 
1945; D 96403; American gas assn., 
New York. 6604 

Frisco spree. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1945; 
D 96353 ; Rudolf Kafka, Oberlin, O. 

6605 

Gallows threat. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, 
New York. 6606-6608 

Program no. 410, Case of Leonard 

Zalutsky, pt. 1. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 

1945; D 96178. 
Program no. 411, Case of Leonard 

Zalutsky, pt. 2. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 

1945; D 96179. 
Program no. 412, Case of Matthew 

Kozera. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; D 

96180. 



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no. 12, 1945 



6636 



Gay Sam Andrew kissed the bride; 
by Sol Follarich [pseud, of S. Fol- 
lari] © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1945; D 96374; 
Salvatore Follari, New Haven. 

6609 

Gideon. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; D 
96408; Randolph G. Goodman, New 
Haven. 6610 

Girl scouts also serve; by Oleda 
Schrottky. © Nov. 15, 1945; D 
96581; Girl scouts, New York. 

6611 

The glad forest; by Dorothy Sanem 
[i. e. D. S. Levitt] © 1 c. Dec. 5, 
1945 ; D 96296 ; Dorothy - Senam 
Levitt, Los Angeles. 6612 

God of the mountain. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

The Golden horseshoe. ©' 1 c. Dec. 

13, 1945; D 96501; Ruth- Adams 

Knight & Howard Taubman, New 

York. • 6613 

The golden years. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 
1945; D 96356; Don Richardson, 
New York. 6614 

Goodbve Eve — we love you. © 1 c. 
Dec. 3, 1945; D 96247; Michael 
Harvey, Santa Monica, Calif. 6615 

The great Gildersleeve; nos. 186-189, 
Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 1945, by 
John Whedon & Sam Moore. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 96274-96277; 
Kraft foods co., Chicago. 

6616-6619 

Great lady. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1945; 
D 96555; Edward Caulneld, New 
York. 6620 

The Green Hornet; by Trendle & 
Beattie. © Green Hornet, inc., De- 
troit. 6621-6623 

No. 723, The stuffed panda. © 1 c. 
Dec. 6, 1945; D 96292. 

No. 724, Hot money and death. © 
1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 96293. 

No. 725, Murder and the dope rac- 
ket. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 
96294. 

Guest of honor; an adaptation of 
Guest of honor, by Maria Ley Pis- 
cator. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945; D 
96440; David L. Gordon, Brooklyn. 

6624 

Gunnar writes the peace; by Lucia 
Folger [pseud, of L. B. M. Wing] 



© 1 c. Dec. 1, 1945; D 96246; 
Leonora B. Wing, Hampton, N. H. 

6625 

The Hallmark Charlotte Greenwood 
show. © Charlotte Greenwood & 
Martin Broones, Los Angeles. 

6626-6629 

Oct. 28, 1945, by Jack Hasty, Har- 
mon Alexander & Phil Cole. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 96267. 

Nov. 4, 1945, by Leon Meadow, 
Phil Cole & Hi Alexander. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 96268. 

Nov. 11, 1945, by Andrews French, 
Phil Cole & Hi Alexander. © 1 
c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 96269. 

Nov. 18, 1945, by Jack Hasty, Phil 
Cole & Hi Alexander. © 1 c. 
Dec. 4, 1945; D 96270. 

Happy birthday to you. © 1 c. Dec. 
22, 1945; D 96549; Walter A. Witt, 
Hollywood, Calif. 6630 

Happy snappies show. See Amos 'n' 
Andy. 

The hasty heart. © Dec. 10, 1945; 
D 96505; John Patrick, New York. 

6631 

The hell is going to heaven; by Ter- 
ence T. [i. e. Terenthy Tronmoff] 
Stessin. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945; D 
96431; Terenthy Tronmoff Stessin, 
Los Angeles. 6632 

Hello there, wage-slave, what's your 
hurry. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1945; D 
96579; Charles Francis Urban- 
owicz, Jersey City. 6633 

Henry and the weasel. See The Aid- 
rich family. 

Her lone decision. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1945; D 96248; Reo Elmer Bockes, 
Lansing, Mich. 6634 

Her weight in gold. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

The hero. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1945; D 
96565; Walter A. Moffatt, jr., 
Monticello, Ark. 6635 

The hidden river. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

His star; by Mother Mary Immacu- 
lata Harley. © Dec. 6, 1945; D 
96562 ; Queen's work, inc., St. Louis. 

6636 



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Honeymoon for Judy. © 1 c Dec. 18, 
1945; D 96507; Joyce Hayward & 
Robert Waldron, New York. 6637 

Hope hospital. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; 
D 96361; William J. Long, Colum- 
bus, 0. 6638 

Hospital train. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1945; 
D 96556; Lewis H. Weinstein, 
Brighton, Mass. 6639 

Hot money and death. See The 
Green Hornet. 

A house in the country. © 1 c. Dec. 
20, 1945; D 96545; Michael Robert 
Harrigan, New York. 6640 

House of mystery; script no. C-12, 
The skeleton on the canvas, by 
Benton & Bowles, inc., Dec. 1, 1945. 
© 1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; D 96418; Gen- 
eral foods corp., New York. 6641 

The house that walked away. See 
The return of Nick Carter. 

How to be a load-builder and like it; 
July 3, 1945, by Trade-ways, inc. 
© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945; D 96406; 
American gas assn., New York. 

6642 

The hunt. See. First nighter. 

Hurry, mother, hurry. © 1 c. Dec. 
22, 1945; D 96525; Elizabeth Berg- 
vall Hellier, Los Angeles. 6643 

Imperfect crime. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Including the Scandinavian; by Lu- 
cille Kallen, S. Kuperstein & L. 
Orenstein. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; D 
96224; Lucille Orenstein, Sarah 
Kuperstein & Leo Orenstein, Tor- 
onto. 6644 

An inspector calls. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 
1945; D 96504; J. B. Priestly, Lon- 
don. 6645 

Island venture; episode nos. 1-4, by 
Ken Robinson & Edward Gardner, 
jr. © 1 c. each Dec. 13, 1945; D 
96434-96437; William Wrigley, jr. 
co., Chicago. 6646-6649 

It's so deadly in the country. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1945; D 96548; Anthony 
Thomas Arms, Lemoyne, Pa. 

i 6650 

Jane Webster's boarding house; by 
V. M. Sanderson [i. e. Vida Mae 



Sanderson Milloy] © 1 c. Dec. 1, 
1945; D 96223; Vida Mae Sander- 
son, New York. 6651 

Jays jiveree; Dec. 8, 15, 1945, by 
Fran Harris. © 1 c. each Dec. 24, 
1945; D 96574, 96575; Leonard M. 
Japp & Eugenia A. Japp, d. b. a. 
Special foods co., Chicago. 

6652, 6652* 

Jefferson Quest. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1945; D 96512; Francis H. Striker, 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. 6653 

Jenny Villiers. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1945; 
D 96503; J. B. Priestly, London. 

6654 

Jonathan. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 
96238; Herbert G. Wittels, New 
York. 6655 

Joyce Jordan, M. D.; episode no. 171, 
by Henry Selinger. © 1 c. Dec. 
11, 1945; D 96416; Procter & Gam- 
ble co., Cincinnati. 6656 

Just for you. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1946; 
D 96518; Ruth Brandt & Mae 
Brandt, Brooklyn. 6657 

Key to murder. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; 
D 96240; Marc Edmund Jones, New 
York. 6658 

Lady Godiva's horse; or, Strip-tease 
and horses. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1945; 
D 96494; Truman Curtis, Los An- 
geles. 6659 

The land of little flowers; by Milton 
A. Herman. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1945; 
D 96527; Milton A. Herman & Es- 
ther Grusetz, d, b. a. Herman & 
Grusetz, Brooklyn. 6660 

Landslide. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

A lesson for Angela; by Rutland 
Grand [pseud, of C. Fineman] © 
1 c. Dec. 24, 1945; D 96577; Clar- 
issa Fineman, Detroit. 6661 

Lest we forget; by Debs Myers. © 
Dec. 5, 1945; D 96499; Natl. assn. 
of manufacturers of the United 
States of America, New York. 

6662 

Let's go see; by Nancy Goodwin. © 
1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; D 96365; Tim- 
othy T. Morrow, Chicago. 6663 

A letter to Mary; by Frank Beckwith. 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1943; D 85127; Her- 
bert Kerkow, New York. 6664 



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6692 



Life can be beautiful; episode no. 
1881, by Carl Bixby & Don Becker. 
© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; D 96413; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

6665 

The life of Riley; script no. 15, Dec. 
15, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1945; D 
96567; Irving Brecher, Hollywood, 
Calif. 6666 

Little gold button. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1945; D 96297; Phillip Pine, Sher- 
man Oaks, Calif. 6667 

The Lone Ranger. © Lone Ranger, 
inc., Detroit. 6668-6683 

No. 1995-1220, Auntie, by Trendle 
& Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; 
D 96278. 
No. 1996-1221, Scarface, by Tren- 
dle & Green. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945 ; 
D 96279. 

No. 1997-1222, Thunder's mules, by 
Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 

5, 1945; D 96280. 

No. 1998-1223, Alias, the Lone 
Ranger, by Trendle & Green. © 
1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 96281. 

No. 1999-1224, Choo choo for Chi- 
cago, by Trendle & Striker. © 
1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 96282. 

No. 2000-1225, Gallows threat, by 
Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 

6, 1945; D 96283. 

No. 2001-1226, Foster brother, by 
Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 
6, 1945; D 96284. 

No. 2002-1227, Outlaw deputy, by 
Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 
1945; D 96285. 

No. 2003-1228, The Plateau gang, 
by Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. 
Dec. 6, 1945; D 96286. 

No. 2004-1229, Two Finger, by 
Trendle & Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 
9, 1945; D 96378. 

No. 2005-1230, Doctor Donovan, by 
Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 
1945; D 96379. 

No. 2006-1231, Silver, by Trends 
& Striker. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; 
D 96380. 

No. 2007-1232, Lone Ranger's mail- 
box, by Trendle & Striker. © 1 
c. Dec. 9, 1945; D 96381. 

No. 2008-1233, Possom River 
bridge, by Trendle & Striker. © 
1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; D 96382. 



No. 2009-1234, Imperfect crime, by 

Trendle & Boulette. © 1 c. Dec. 

6, 1945; D 96287. 
No. 2010-1235, The hidden river, 

by Trendle & Green. © 1 c. Dec. 

6, 1945; D 96288. 

Lone Ranger's mailbox. See The 
Lone Ranger. 

The lost penny. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1945; 
D 96346; Harriet Eager Davis, 

New York. 6684 

Love waits on horses. See A filly for 
Larry. 

The lover's club of the air. See Dawn 
before tomorrow. 

Ma Perkins; continuity no. 3222, by 
Leston Huntley. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 
1945; D 96411; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 6685 

Madame de Pompadour; by Michael 
O'Shaughnessy [pseud. of M. 
Weightman-Smith] © 1 c. Dec. 24, 
1945; D 96521; Michael Weight- 
man-Smith, New York. 6686 

The magic box; by M. A. Herman. 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1945; D 96572; 
Milton A. Herman, d. b. a. Herman 
& Grusetz, Brooklyn. 6687 

The magic city. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; 
D 96249; Robert Riskin, Los An- 
geles. 6688 

The magic skin; scenario after Hon- 
ore de Balzac's novel, Le peau de 
chagrin. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1945; D 
96524; Andre Lelarge, New York. 

6689 

The map. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

The master builder; by Henrik Ibsen, 
adapted by H. B. Jones. © 1 c. 
Dec. 20, 1945; D 96546; Henry 
Burk Jones, Philadelphia. 6690 

Medicine man. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Meet Miss Joan; or, Three maids and 
a miss. © 1 c. Dec. 25, 1945; D 
96569; Jacob S. Fried, New York. 

6691 

Men must weep. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1945; D 96557; Martha Gellhorn, 
New York, Virginia Cowles, Lon- 
don. 6692 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Mind mysteries; by Judith Simmons 
[pseud, of H. Goldman] © 1 c. 
Dec. 15, 1945; D 96508; Helen Gold- 
man, New York. 6693 

Miss Lizzie. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1945; D 
96322 ; Robert Cebert La Vine, New 
York. 6694 

Mr. Lucifer. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1945; 
D 96399; Jonathan George Good- 
hew, Pasadena, Calif. 6695 

Mr. Nobody; by Nancy Goodwin. © 
1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; D 96366; Timothy 
T. Morrow, Chicago. 6696 

Mr. Pisces. See Your lucky star. 

More precious than rubies. © 1 c. 
Dec. 14, 1945; D 96438; Jack Sobell, 
Brooklyn. 6697 

Murder and the dope racket. See The 
Green Hornet. 

Murder by candle light. See The 
Shadow. 

The music men; by Nancy Goodwin. 
© 1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; D 96367; Tim- 
othy T. Morrow, Chicago. 6698 

Never a holiday. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 
1945; D 96478; Allen Morgan Par- 
rott, ComDesPac, Fleet P. O., San 
Francisco. 6699 

Night clerk. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; D 
96211; Raymond E. Koons, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 6700 

Nincompompus on Olympus. © 1 c. 
Dec. 6, 1945; D 96299; Eugene Jos- 
eph Hochman, Toledo. 6701 

O mistress mine. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1945; D 96558; Terence Rattigan, 
London. 6702 

O'Daniel. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1945; D 
96566; Glendon Swarthout & John 
Savacool, New York. 6703 

Old Tom. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Olympus Avenue; by Sol Follarich 
[pseud, of S. Follari] © 1 c. Dec. 
8, 1945; D 96375; Salvatore Fol- 
lari, New Haven. 6704 

One a minute; by Frank Beckwith. 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1943; D 85128; 
Herbert Kerkow, New York. 6705 



One foot in heaven. © Hartzell 
Spence, Somerset, Va. 6706-6708 

Script no. 20, June 17, 1945. © 
1 c. Dec. 10, 1945; D 96364. 

Script nos. 26, 28, July 26, Aug. 16, 
1945. © 1 c. each Oct. 24, 1945; 
D 96563, 96564. 

The onion patch. © 1 c. Dee. 10, 
1945; D 96363; Henry Thayer, 
Stockton, Calif. 6709 

Or else. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; D 
96260; Robert L. Schain, Brooklyn. 

6710 

The Osbornes. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; 
D 96266; George A. Crancer, Lin- 
coln, Neb. 6711 



Outlaw deputy. 
Ranger. 



See The Lone 



Overseas bride. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1945;- 
D 96371; Thomas Lennon & Ed- 
ward Verdier, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

6712 

Palm tree salad. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1945; D 96570; Curtis Cooksey, 
Ardsley, N. Y. 6713 

Pattern for a dream. © 1 c. May 1, 
1945; D 39789; Conde Nast publi- 
cations, inc., New York. 6714 

Paul Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1945; 
D 94688; James F. Kieley, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 6715 

Le peau de chagrin. See The magic 
skin. 

The persian lamb; by Macklyn 
Hartyl. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1945; D 
96348; Thomas E. H. Black, De- 
troit. 6716 

Picture in the paper show. See Amos 
'n' Andy. 

Pike of the pony express. © 1 c. 
Dec. 9, 1945; D 96410; Kermit 
Maynard, North Hollywood, Calif. 

6717 

The Plateau gang. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Poley; by M. A. Herman. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, li)45; D 96510; Milton A. 
Herman & Esther Grusetz, d. b. a. 
Herman & Grusetz, Brooklyn. 

6718 



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no. 12, 1945 



6749 



Polish that brass. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 
1945; D 96377; Thomas Fulton 
Tooker, Los Angeles. 6719 

Politics in the kitchen; audition 
script, by Slim [i. e. Howard] Sut- 
tle & Earl B. Steele. © 1 c. Dec. 

12, 1945; D 96395; Howard Suttle 
bureau, Washington, D. C. 6720 

Possom River bridge. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Putzi. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1945; D 
96576; Nathan N. Wagner, Los 
Angeles. 6721 

Queens back to back. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 
1945; D 96241; Henni Carren, For- 
est Hills, N. Y. 6722 

Rain or shine. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1945; 
D 96578; Peter Nickles & Morton 
K. Schwartz, New York. 6723 

The Raleigh room. © Anna Sosenko, 
New York. 6724-6727 

Nov. 27, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 

1945; D 96490. 
Dec. 5, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1945; 

D 96390. 
Dec. 12, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1945; 

D 96454. 

Dec. 19, 1945. © 1 Cr- Dec. 27, 
1945; D 96552. 

Recovered claim. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 

Red River moon; by Malvin M. 
Franklin & Dave McEnery. © 1 
c. May 26, 1944; D 89025; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co., inc., New York. 

6728 

Rehearsal for murder. © 1 c. Dec. 

13, 1945; D 96433; Peter Cecil, 
New York. 6729 

Relax and murder. See The Shadow. 

Retired. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1945; D 
96347; Samuel S. Himmell, New 
York. 6730 

Retreat to kindness. See Dr. Chris- 
tian. 

The return of Nick Carter; by Alfred 
Bester. © Street & Smith publica- 
tions, inc., New York. 6731-6734 
Nov. 25, 1945, The sweet singer of 

death. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 

96450. 

Dec. 2, 1945, Uncle Sam's nephew. 
© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945; D 96483. 



Dec. 9, 1945, The vanishing dia- 
monds. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945; 
D 96484. 

Dec. 16, 1945, The house that 
walked away. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 
1945; D 96559. 

The right to happiness; episode no. 
1570, by John M. Young. © 1 c. 
Dec. 11, 1945; D 96414; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 6735 

Road of life; episode no. 2132, by 
Howard Teichmann. © 1 c. Dec. 
11, 1945; D 96412; Procter & Gam- 
ble co., Cincinnati. 6736 

Rose of Tara. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1945; 
D 96453; Terrie Mill Rossen, Los 
Angeles. 6737 

Rough wind. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1945; 
D 96477; Mucio Fernandez Del- 
gado, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 6738 

Run along dear. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1945 ; 
D 96314; Edwin Wyle & Jarvis 
Kendrick, New York. 6739 

Sabbatical summer; by Kate Kuhn. 
© 1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 96265; Kath- 
arine Kuhn, Pittsburgh. 6740 

Satan laughs. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1945; 
D 96443; William Downton, 
Swarthmore, Pa. 6741 

Scarface. See The Lone Ranger. 

The secret portals. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 
1945; D 96262; Marina Yurlova, 
New York. 6742 

The senator's daughter; text by J. G. 
Wurtz, jr., music by W. S. Mc- 
Ardle. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1945; D 
76484; W. S. McArdle, Foxburg, 
Pa., & John G. Wurtz, jr., Pitts- 
burgh. 6743 

The sequel. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 
96316; Ann Linker, Brooklyn. 

6744 

Shades of Hades; text & lyrics by 
James Monkman, music by Tony 
[i. e. Anthony] Hass. © 1 c. Dec. 
5, 1945; D 76481; Hercules variety 
club, Wilmington, Del. 6745 

The Shadow. © Street & Smith pub- 
lications, inc., New York. 

6746-6749 
Nov. 25, 1945, The four giants of 
Amsterdam, by Peter Barry. © 
1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 96451. 



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The Shadow. — Continued. 

Dec. 2, 1945, Murder by candle 
light, by Joe Bates Smith. © 
1 c. Dec. 6, 1945; D 96452. 

Dec. 9, 1945, Relax and murder, by 
Henry Denker. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 
1945; D 96485. 

Dec. 16, 1945, Ship of the living- 
dead, by William L. Stuart. © 
1 c. Dec. 22, 1945; D 96560. 

Share the sunshine. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1945 ; D 96225 ; Otto Georg Janssen, 
Washington, D. C. 6750 

The Sheriff; episode nos. 65, 66, Nov. 
30, Dec. 7, 1945. © 1 c. each Dec. 
16, 1945; D 96480, 96481; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 

6751, 6752 

Ship of the living dead. See The 
Shadow. 

Shout for joy; based on an idea sug- 
gested by Adrienne Lockwood. © 
1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; D 96214; Carl 
Frank Zimmerle, St. Louis. 6753 

Silent serenade; by Victor K. Clem- 
ent. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1945; D 96523; 
Paul Gordon Stev Kelemen, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 6754 

Silver. See The Lone Ranger. 

Silver Point renegades. See Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon. 

Sit or miss; no. 2. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 
1945; D 96509; Timothy T. Mor- 
row, Chicago. 6755 

The skeleton on the canvas. See 
House of mystery. 

Skipper. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Spawn of the north. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

The Stanislavskys. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1945; D 96243; Harold J. Goodman, 
Detroit. 6756 

Stardust magic make-up act. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, 1945; D 96511; Louis 
Levin, Philadelphia. 6757 

Steps to victory. © Dec. 17, 1945; 
D 96500; Edward D. Holmes, 
Hildebran, N. C. 6758 

Stock exchange; by John Flory. © 
1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; D 96519; Grant, 
Flory & Williams, New York. 

6759 



The stranger; by V. M. Sanderson 
[i. e. Vida Mae Sanderson Milloy] 
© 1 c. Dec. 1, 1945; D 96222; Vida 
Mae Sanderson, New York. 6760 

.Strictly from the ranks. © 1 c. Dec. 
1, 1945; D 96212; Robert W. For- 
rest, Elmhurst, 111. 6761 

Strip-tease and horses. See Lady 
Godiva's horse. 

The stuffed panda. See The Green 
Hornet. 

Sugar and lice. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1945; 
D 96355; C. F. Smith, Brooklyn. 

6762 

Sugar report. See First nighter. 

The sweet singer of death. See The 
return of Nick Carter. 

The talking picture-book; by L. Klein. 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1945; D 96463; Mel- 
vin A. Pfaelzer & Leonard Klein, 
Chicago. 6763 

Taxi, Mister. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1945; 
D 96458; John Victor Braillard, 
Paterson, N. J. 6764 

Teapot tempest. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 
1945; D 96493; Truman Curtis, Los 
Angeles. 6765 

"th of a second. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945; 
D 96439; Edward Hussey & Paula 
Hussey, New York. 6766 

Thanksgiving show. See Amos 'n' 
Andy. 

Them that has. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1945 ; 
D 96429; John Jacob Niles & Liz 
Wilson, New York. 6767 

They called the lady Bessie. See 
First nighter. 

This is our heritage; by Charles 
Wasserman. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1945; 
D 96456; Peak radio productions, 
ltd., Montreal. 6768 

This is your industry; May 22, 1945, 
by Trade-ways, inc. © 1 c. Dec. 
13, 1945; D 96407; American gas 
assn., New York. 6769 

This land of ours. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1945; D 96479; Odette Trepel, 
Brooklyn. 6770 

Three maids and a miss. See Meet 
Miss Joan. 



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no. 12, 1945 



6796 



The three of us. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1945 ; 
D 96358; Alexander Greendale, 
Brooklyn. 6771 

Three two four. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945 ; 
D 96426; Joel Wyman, New York. 

6772 

Thunder. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Thunder's mules. See The Lone 
Ranger. 

Tin Pan Alley of the air; by Nancy 
Goodwin. © Timothy T. Morrow, 
Chicago. 6773-6775 

Dec. 1, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1945 

D 96213. 
Dec. 15, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1945 

D 96430. 
Dec. 22, 1945. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1945 

D 96553. 

Tooney the talker; continuity no. 1. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1945; D 92278; Billy 
K. Wells, New York. 6776 

Tough break. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; 
D 96245; Harold J. Goodman, De- 
troit. 6777 

Trail scent. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Trap robber. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Truckline cafe. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1945; 
D 96502; Maxwell Anderson, New 
York. 6778 

Two Finger. See The Lone Ranger. 

Two wars in a drawing room. © 
1 c. Dec. 16, 1945; D 96513; Alice 
P. Reynolds, New York. 6779 

Uncle Sam's nephew. See The re- 
turn of Nick Carter. 

The vanishing diamonds. See The 
return of Nick Carter. 

The veteran's jackpot. © Dec. 14, 
1945; D 96544; Mike Doyle & Dick 
Doyle, Minneapolis. 6780 

Via Tibet; text by J. M. Hug, music 
by Jack [i. e. G. W.] Lemley. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1945; D 76480; Jos- 
ephine M. Hug & George Washing- 
ton Lemley, Los Angeles. 6781 

We are not born naked. © 1 c. Dec. 
14, 1945; D 96427; Irwin Haas, 
Sunnyside, N. Y. 6782 



Whaddya' know. © Jill Jackson, 
New Orleans. 6783-6785 

No. 18. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1945; D 
96315. 

No. 20. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1945; D 
96462. 

No. 21. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1945; D 
96522. 

What man has done. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 
1945; D 96317; Francis Sherling 
Oliver, New York. 6786 

When Shakespeare's gentlemen get 
together; by Charles George. © 
Dec. 20, 1945; D 96561; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 6787 

When the farmer needs a friend; by 
Iris Vinton. © Feb. 1, 1945; D 
96580; Girl scouts, New York. 

6788 

Whither thou goest; by Mary Grace 
Brumaghim [i. e. M. G. Jackson] 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1945; D 96357; Mary 
Grace Jackson, Bay City, Tex. 

6789 

Who does he think I am. © 1 c. 
Dec. 12, 1945; D 96401; John Vic- 
tor Braillard, Paterson, N. J. 6790 

Whodunit; from a novel by Clayton 
Rawson. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1945; D 
96370; Bertram P. Levy, Oakland, 
Calif. 6791 

Why not together; by Isabel Banford 
Black & Victor Chapin. © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1945; D 96354; Isabel 
Black Barmore, New York. 6792 

Wilderness girl. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 

The will of Oscar Lawton. © 1 c. 
Dec. 3, 1945; D 96239; Paul For- 
ester, New York. 6793 

A woman of America; episode no. 
730, by Delia West Decker. © 
1 c. Dec. 11, 1945; D 96415; Proc- 
ter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 6794 

You can't know too much about your 
own business; May 21, 1945, by 
Trade-ways, inc. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 
1945; D 96405; American gas assn., 
New York. 6795 

Young Dr. Malone; episode no. 165, 
by Virginia Lee. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 
1945; D 96417; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 6796 



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6797 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Your lucky star; Mr. Pisces. © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1945; D 96359; Lucien 
Mandelik & Anne Anthony, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 6797 



You're on the team; July 3, 1945, by 
Trade-ways, inc. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 
1945; D 96402; American gas assn., 
New York. 6798 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part I, group 3, of the Catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1945 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 4,171 unpublished) 4,726 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 122 unpub- 
lished) 202 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 75 unpublished) 89 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 
unpublished) 3 

Total 5,020 



212 



\ 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 

4, 1909 

[6798 



Anne Pedersdotter ; by Hans Wiers- 
Jenssen, English version by J. 
Masefield. © John Masefield, New 
York. R 142782, Sept. 21, 1945. 1 

The Anybody family on Sunday 
morning; by Hester A. Hopkins. 
© Tullar-Meredith co., New York. 
R 145162, Nov. 5, 1945. 2 

Anygirl; by Witter Bynner. © Dan- 
iel L. Brown, Boston. R 143382, 
Oct. 19, 1945. 3 

April fool. © William M. Blatt, 
Boston. R 144165, Oct. 16, 1945. 4 

The average man; by Aaron Hoff- 
man. © Minnia Z. Hoffman, New 
York. R 146237, ,Nov. 20, 1945. 5 

The big idea. © A. E. Thomas & 
Clayton Hamilton, New York. R 
142589, Sept. 10, 1945. 6 

The boy who sang. © Doris F. Hal- 
man, New York. R 145112, Nov. 5, 
1945. 7 

Los cachorros. © Jacinto Benavente, 
Madrid. R 144659, Oct. 28, 1945. 



Ceux qui s'en f — ; par Gyp [pseud, of 
comtesse de Martel de Janville] © 
Nicole de Martel de Janville 
d'Hugues, Paris. R 143218, Oct. 2, 
1945. 9 

Le chevalier au masque. See The 
purple mask. 

The country boy; by Edgar Selwyn. 
© Samuel M. Goldsmith, New York. 
R 143316, Oct. 18, 1945. 10 

The crowded hour; by Edgar Selwyn 
& C. Pollock. © Channing Pol- 
lock, New York. R 145129, Nov. 
16, 1945. 11 

David and Bathsheba; by Max Ehr- 
mann. © Bertha King Ehrmann, 
Terre Haute, Ind. R 144062, Oct. 
16, 1945. 12 



Dramatic works of Gerhart Haupt- 
mann; translated by L. Lewisohn 
& Bayard Quincy Morgan. © Lud- 
wig Lewisohn, Brooklyn. R 146446, 
Dec. 28, 1945. 13 

Enter Joan; by Alice Solis & F. Man- 
del. © Frank Mandel, New York. 
R 143010, Sept. 11, 1945. 14 



Enter the hero. 
New York. 
1945. 



© Theresa Helburn, 

R 142581, Sept. 10, 

15 



Everything; text by R. H. Burnside, 
lyrics by John L. Golden & others, 
music by John Philip Sousa, Irving 
Berlin & others. [Libretto only] 
© Robert H. Burnside, New York. 
R 142592, Sept. 10, 1945. 16 

Exiles; by James Joyce. © Nora 
Joyce, London. R 146447, Nov. 21, 
1945. 17 

Famine and the ghost. © Doris F. 
Halman, New York. R 145111, 
Nov. 5, 1945. 18 

Find the woman; by Elmer L. Reizen- 
stein [i. e. Elmer Rice] © Elmer 
Rice, Stamford, Conn. R 146481, 
Dec. 9, 1945. 19 

Five somewhat historical plays. © 
Philip Moeller, New York. R 
145160, Nov. 4, 1945. 20 

Follies of the day: presenting Polly's 
going up. © Barney Gerard, New 
York. R 143375, Sept. 19, 1945. 

21 
* 
From the dead. © Edwin Hopkins, 
New York. R 143188, Oct. 4, 1945. 

22 

The girls-de-looks; by B. Gerard, 
Charles Hoey & Harry Lee. © 
Barney Gerard, New York. R 
143374, Sept. 19, 1945. 23 

The girls over here. © Marie Doran, 
Jamaica, N. Y. R 142587, Sept. 10, 
1945. 24 



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25 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Help; or, The lovey buddy letter; by 
Harvey J. O'Higgins & H. Ford. 
© Anna G. O'Higgins, Martinsville, 
N. J., and Harriet Ford, New York. 
R 144338, Oct. 17, 1945. 25 

Her godson; by Francis W. Sullivan 
& H. Ford. © Harriet Ford, New 
York. R 144334, Oct. 17, 1945. 26 

Her little farm. © John Frederick 
Ballard, Lincoln, Neb. R 143299, 
Sept. 23, 1945. 27 

Hotel Restful; book & lyrics by Ed- 
gar Smith. © Hans Bartsch, New 
York. R 146140, Nov. 24, 1945. 

28 

In the dark. © Carl Cannon Glick, 
New York. R 142583, Sept. 10, 
1945. 29 

The Irish girl; book & lyrics by 
Percy French & Brendan Stewart, 
music by Houston Collisson. [Lib- 
retto only] © Rose E. Murphy, 
London. R 145953, Dec. 14, 1945. 

30 

The laugh shop; by Aaron Hoffman. 
© Minnia Z. Hoffman, New York. 
R 146236, Nov. 20, 1945. 31 

Leave it to me. © Joseph Selman, 
Jersey City. R 142586, Sept. 10, 
1945. 32 

Lourdes. © Louis N. Parker, Seaton, 
Devon, England. R 142582, Sept. 
10, 1945. 33 

The lovey buddy letter. See Help. 

The Magpie. © Charles William 
Tackenberg, Cincinnati. R 143064, 
Sept. 11, 1945. 34 

The man upstairs; by Augustus 
Thomas. © Lisle C. Thomas, New 
York. R 144340, Oct. 17, 1945. 35 

The marriage will not take place; by 
Alfred Sutro. © Leopold Sutro, 
London. R 142585, Sept. 10, 1945. 

36 

Mefistofela; por J. Benavente, musica 
del Prudencio Munoz. [Libretto 
only] © Jacinto Benavente, Ma- 
drid. R 144660, Oct. 28, 1945. 37 

Melissa, the wandering bride; by 
D. F. Halman & Alice G. Furley. 
© Doris F. Halman, New York. 
R 145109, Nov. 5, 1945. 38 



A midsummer night's dream; by Wil- 
liam Shakespeare, edited W. H. 
Durham. © Willard Higley Dur- 
ham, Berkeley, Calif. R 144150, 
Oct. 11, 1945. 39 

Mis' Nelly. © Laurence Eyre, Ridge- 
field, Conn. R 145739, Nov. 10, 
1945. 40 

Miss Maria; from Old Chester tales, 
by Margaret Deland. © Maude B. 
Vosburgh, Cambridge, Mass. R 
142584, Sept. 10, 1945. 41 

Mother Nature [and] Progress; by 
Gustave Vanzype, translated with 
an introduction by B. H. Clark. © 
Barrett H. Clark, New York. R 
143377, Oct. 18, 1945. 42 

Napoleon caught napping. See 
Swords and scissors. 

Nothing but lies; by Aaron Hoffman. 
© Minnia Z. Hoffman, New York. 
R 146235, Nov. 20, 1945. 43 

Officer 666; by Augustin MacHugh. 
© Helen C. MacHugh, Norwich, 
Conn. R 143860, Nov. 4, 1945. 44 

Oh! Chemise; by Wilson Collison. 
© Anzonetta Collison Atherton, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. R 143003, 
Sept. 4, 1945. 45 

The old lady shows her medals; by 
James Mathew Barrie. © Cynthia 
Asquith, Storrington, Sussex, Eng. 
© Peter Llewellyn Davies, London. 
R 144634, Oct. 23, 1945. 46 

The playhouse. © Doris F. Halman, 
New York. R 145110, Nov. 5, 
1945. 47 

Plays; by Alexander Ostrovsky, 
translated & edited by G. R. Noyes. 
© George Rapall Noyes, Berkeley, 
Calif. R 142751, Sept. 15, 1945. 

48 

Polly's going up. See Follies of the 
day: presenting Polly's going up. 

The purple mask; from Le chevalier 
au masque, by Paul Armont & Jean 
Manoussi, adapted by Charles La- 
tour [pseud, of M. Lang] © 
Matheson Lang, Durban, South 
Africa. R 143317, Oct. 18, 1945. 

49 

Rolling stones; by Edgar Selwyn. © 
Samuel Goldsmith, New York. R 
143315, Oct. 18, 1945. 50 



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71 



See you later. © P. G. Wodehouse, 
Paris & Guy Bolton, Remsenberg, 
L. I., N. Y. R 144336, Oct. 17, 
1945. 51 

Smokes; by George C. Hazelton. © 
Byrd C. Hazelton, Washington, 
D. C. R 144166, Oct. 16, 1945. 52 

Stop thief; by Carlyle Moore. © 
Ethelyn P. Moore, Van Nuys, Calif. 
R 143314, Oct. 18, 1945. 53 

Swords and scissors; or, Napoleon 
caught napping, by Frederick Her- 
man Martens, music by Will C. 
Macfarlane. [Libretto only] © 
Herman Carl Martens & Theresa 
Louise Wilson, Mountain Lakes, 
N. J. R 143903, Oct. 10, 1945. 54 

The tempest; by William Shakes- 
peare, edited by C. B. Tinker. © 
Chauncey B. Tinker, New Haven. 
R 144149, Oct. 11, 1945. 55 

Le the; par Maurice Dornay. © 
Adrienne Allard Dornay, Paris. R 
143219, Oct. 2, 1945. 56 

Three faces east; by Anthony Paul 
Kelly. © Charles L. Kelly, Chi- 
cago. R 143444, Oct. 23, 1945. 57 

Three pills in a bottle; by Rachel 
Lyman Field. © Arthur Pederson, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. R 143313, 
Oct. 18, 1945. 58 

Three short plays. © Granville Bar- 
ker, London. R 144167, Nov. 15, 
1945. 59 

Tillie; founded on the novel, Tillie, a 
Mennonite maid, by H. R. Martin. 

60,61 

By Helen R. Martin. R 146555, 
Nov. 27, 1945. 

By Helen R. Martin & Frank Howe, 
jr. R 146554, Nov. 27, 1945. 

© Helene Martin Heinemann, Nor- 



walk, Conn. & Frederic T. Mar- 
tin, Orono, Me. 

Tillie, a Mennonite maid. See Tillie. 

The tragedy of Macbeth; edited by 
Charlton M. Lewis. © Mrs. Charl- 
ton M. Lewis, R 143298, Sept. 14, 
1945. 62 

Uncle Tom's saloon. © Robert H. 
Burnside, New York. R 142590, 
Sept. 10, 1945. 63 

When a feller needs a friend; by Har- 
vey J. O'Higgins & H. Ford. © 
Anna G. O'Higgins, Martinsville, 
N. J. & Harriet Ford, New York. 
R 144342, Oct. 17, 1945. 64 

When Danny came marching home; 
by Edgar Selwyn. © Samuel M. 
Goldsmith, New York. R 144341, 
Oct. 17, 1945. 65 

Why worry; by Montague Glass & 
J. E. Goodman. © Caroline P. 
Glass, Pasadena, Calif. & Jules 
Eckert Goodman, Peekskill, N. Y. 
R 144337, Oct. 17, 1945. 66 

The Winmen case. © Charles A. De 
Lima, New York. R 144375, Nov. 
27, 1945. 67 

Within the law; by Bayard Veiller. 
© Marguerite Veiller, Darien, 
Conn. R 142588, Sept. 10, 1945. 

68 

The woman on the stairs. © Rita 
Weiman, Cedar Hills, Westport, 
Conn. R 144339, Oct. 17, 1945. 69 

Yip, yip, yipee. © Elmer Harris, 
Fortune Bridge, Prince Edward Is- 
land, Can. R 144335, Oct. 17, 
1945. 70 

Young America; by Frederick [i. e. 
J. F.] Ballard. © John Frederick 
Ballard, New York. R 142591, 
Sept. 10, 1945. 71 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Arabians in the Rockies. © Dec. 15, 
1945; M 16597; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 6799 

Danger signal; from a novel by Phyl- 
lis Bottome. © Dec. 15, 1945; L 
13710 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 6800 

Danny boy; based on an original 
story by Taylor Caven. © Dec. 3, 
1945; L 13690; P. R. C. pictures, 
inc., New York. 6801 

Fashions for tomorrow. © Dec. 8, 
1945; M 16582; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 6802 

Frontier days. © Dec. 8, 1945; L 
13701; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

6803 

The God of creation. © title, descr. 
& 2 prints reed. Dec. 27, 1945; M 
16613; Moody Bible institute of 
Chicago, Chicago. 6804 

Good old corn; adapted from Mack 
Sennett comedies. © Dec. 1, 1945; 
L 13685; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 6805 

> 

The house of Dr. Edwards. See 
Spellbound. 

It's been a long, long time. © Dec. 
10, 1945; M 16583; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6806 

A kiss goodnight. © Dec. 10, 1945; 
M 16587; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6807 

Lightning raiders. © Dec. 10, 1945; 
L 13704; P. R. b. pictures, inc., 
New York. 6808 

Modern photo-engraving. © title, 
descr. & 23 prints reed. Dec. 7, 
1945; M 16591; Eastman Kodak 
co., Rochester, N. Y. 6809 

Navajo Kid. © Dec. 8, 1945; L 
13700; P. R. C. pictures, inc.; New 
York. 6810 



Oh-h-e-e my, my. © Dec. 3, 1945; 
M 16562; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6811 

Polonaise. © Dec. 10, 1945; M 
16588; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 6812 

Popular science; J 5-2. © Dec. 7, 
1945; M 16592; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 6813 

Saloon. © Dec. 10, 1945; M 16584; 
Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 6814 

Spellbound; suggested by Francis 
Beeding's novel, The house of Dr. 
Edwards. © Dec. 28, 1945; L 
13711; Vanguard films, inc., Culver 
City, Calif. 6815 

The Stork club. © Dec. 18, 1945; L 
13709; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 6816 

Story of a dog. © Dec. 1, 1945; M 
16560; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

6817 

Too young to know; from a story by 
Harlan Ware. © Dec. 1, 1945; L 
13686; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 6818 

The trouble with me. © Dec. 10, 
1945; M 16585; Soundies distribut- 
ing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6819 

Waitin' for the train to come in. © 
Dec. 10, 1945; M 16586; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6820 

We, the cats, shall hep ya. © Dec. 
10, 1945; M 16589; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6821 

Winter wonderland. © Dec. 10, 1945; 
M 16590; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6822 



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no. 12, 1945 [6822 

Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 
1, 1945: 

Motion picture photoplays 709 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 1,093 

Total 1,802 



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TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT 
OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[6822 



Ali Baba and the forty thieves. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 146319, Dec. 6, 1945. 

1 

All woman. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 145586, Nov. 14, 1945. 2 

Back to the woods. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145600, Nov. 14, 
1945. 3 

Battling Jane. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 144643, 
Oct. 23, 1945. 4 

The bird of prey. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 
143668, Oct. 4, 1945. 5 

Bonnie Annie Laurie. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 143670, Oct. 4, 1945. 6 

Boys' life screen review; by Arthur 
De Vere. © Estelle Mary Storey, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. R 143387, Sept. 
21, 1945. 7 

Broken threads. See The man from 
Funeral Range. 

The Caillaux case. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 143677, Oct. 4, 1945. 8 

Choose your exit. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 
146318, Dec. 6, 1945. 9 

Come on in. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 144637, Oct. 
23, 1945. 10 

The cruise of the make-believes. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 143040, Sept. 11, 1945. 11 

Cyclone Higgins, D. D. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145582, Nov. 
14, 1945. 12 

The- danger game ; from the story by 
Roy Somerville. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145574, Nov. 14, 
1945. 13 



The demon; adapted from the novel 
by C. N. Williamson & A. M. Wil- 
liamson. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 145598, Nov. 14, 1945. 14 

Doing our bit. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. R 
143666, Oct. 4, 1945. 15 

The face in the dark; from the story 
by Irvin S. Cobb. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145576, Nov. 14, 
1945. 16 

The fair pretender. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145584, Nov. 14, 
1945. 17 

Fame and fortune. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 146313, Dec. 6, 1945. 18 

Fan fan. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 146314, 
Dec. 6, 1945. 19 

The girl who came back; adapted 
from Leah Kleschna, by C. M. S. 
McClellan. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 143043, Sept. 
11, 1945. 20 

Girls' life screen review; by Arthur 
De Vere Storey. © Estelle Mary 
Storey, Brooklyn, N. Y. R 143389, 
Sept. 21, 1945. 21 

The goat. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 144641, Oct. 23, 
1945. 22 

The Gypsy trail. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 144638, 
Oct. 23, 1945. 23 

Her country first. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 143045, 
Sept. 11, 1945. 24 

Hick Manhattan. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 144635, 
Oct. 23, 1945. 25 

A high diver's last kiss. © Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. R 143674, Oct. 4, 1945. 26 



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no. 12, 1945 



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The house of gold; from the story by 
Katharine Kavanaugh. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145592, Nov. 
14, 1945. 27 

The Hun within. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 143038, 
Sept. 11, 1945. 28 

In pursuit of Polly. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 
143042, Sept. 11, 1945. 29 

Joan of Plattsburg; from the story 
by Porter Emerson Browne. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 145580, 
Nov. 14, 1945. 30 

Kultur. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 143679, 
Oct. 4, 1945. 31 

Lawless love. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. R 
143673, Oct. 4, 1945. 32 

Leah Kleschna. See The girl who 
came back. 

Lend me your name; from Francis 
Perry Elliott's novel. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145589, Nov. 
14, 1945. 33 

The liar. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 143667, 
Oct. 4, 1945. 34 

The make-believe wife. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. R 
144646, Oct. 23, 1945. 35 

The man from Funeral Range; from 
the play, Broken threads, by W. E. 
Wilkes. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 143046, Sept. 
11, 1945. 36 

A man's world; from the play by 
Rachel Crothers. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145593, Nov. 14, 
1945. 37 

Marriages are made. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 146310, Dec. 6, 1945. 38 

The million dollar dollies. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145578, Nov. 
14, 1945. 39 

Mr. Logan, U. S. A. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 143675, Oct. 4, 1945. 40 

Mongrels. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 146315, 
Dec. 6, 1945. 41 



My cousin. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 144642, Oct. 23, 
1945. 42 

No Man's Land; adpated from the 
novel by Louis Joseph Vance. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 145596, 
Nov. 14, 1945. 43 

On the jump. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. R 
146309, Dec. 6, 1945. 44 

On the quiet. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 143039, Sept. 
11, 1945. 45 

The only road; adapted from the 
story by Albert Shelby Le Vino. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 
145588, Nov. 14, 1945. 46 

Opportunity; adapted from the story 
by John H. Collins. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145594, Nov. 
14, 1945. 47 

A pair of Cupids; from the story by 
Luther Reed. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 145599, Nov. 14, 1945. 48 

Pay day; from the play by Lottie M. 
Meaney & Delia Bailey. © Loew's, 
New York. R 145585, Nov. 

49 



inc. 



14, 1945. 



Private Peat. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 144644, 
Oct. 23, 1945. 50 

The Prussian cur. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 
143672, Oct. 4, 1945. 51 

The Queen of Hearts. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 143678, Oct. 4, 1945. 52 

Queen of the sea. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 
143669, Oct. 4, 1945. 53 

The Rainbow trail. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 146311, Dec. 6, 1945. 54 

Riders of the night. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145579, Nov. 14, 
1945. 55 

The riders of the purple sage. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 143671, Oct. 4, 1945. 

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57 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Roaring lions on the midnight ex- 
press. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 143680, 
Oct. 4, 1945. 57 

Romance and brass tacks. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. R 
144636, Oct. 23, 1945. 58 

Salome. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. R 143683, 
Oct. 4, 1945. 59 

Screen review; by Arthur De Vere 
Storey. © Estelle Mary Storey, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. R 143388, Sept. 
21, 1945. 60 

Shoulder arms. © Charles Chaplin, 
Hollywood, Calif. R 145763, Nov. 
8, 1945. 61 

Social hypocrites; from the play by 
Alicia Ramsey. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145573, Nov. 14, 
1945. 62 

Social quicksands; from the story by 
Katharine Kavanaugh. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145590, Nov. 
14, 1945. 63 

Someone and somebody. See Too 
many millions. 

The source. © Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. R 143041, Sept. 
11, 1945. 64 

The successful adventure; from the 
story by June Mathis. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145597, Nov. 
14, 1945. 65 

Such a little pirate. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 
144640, Oct. 23, 1945. 66 

Swat the spy. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. R 
143682, Oct. 4, 1945. " 67 

Tell it to the marines. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 146316, Dec. 6, 1945. 68 

Till I come back to you. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. R 
143044, Sept. 11, 1945. 69 

To hell with the Kaiser. © Loew's, 



inc., New York. R 145595, Nov. 
14, 1945. 70 

Too many millions; adapted from 
Porter Emerson Browne's story, 
Someone and somebody. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 144647, Oct. 23, 1945. 71 

Toys of fate. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 145587, Nov. 14, 1945. 72 

The trail to yesterday; from the story 
by Charles Alden Seltzer. © 
Loew's, inc., New York. R 145581, 
Nov. 14, 1945. 73 

Treasure; from the stqry by Osmun 
Leighton. © Loew's, inc., New 
York. R 145577, Nov. 14, 1945. 74 

The Venus model. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145591, Nov. 14, 
1945. 75 

When a woman sins. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 143681, Oct. 4, 1945. 76 

Why America will win. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 143676, Oct. 4, 1945. 77 

Why I would not marry. © Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. R 146317, Dec. 6, 1945. 78 

The winning of Beatrice; from the 
story by May Tully. © Loew's, 
inc., New York. R 145583, Nov. 
14, 1945. 79 

With neatness and dispatch; from 
the story by Kenneth L. Roberts. 
© Loew's, inc., New York. R 
145575, Nov. 14, 1945. 80 

A woman of impulse. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 144639, 
Oct. 23, 1945. 81 

The woman who gave. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 146312, Dec. 6, 1945. 82 

Woman's weapons. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 144645, 
Oct. 23, 1945. 83 

A youthful affair. © Loew's, inc., 
New York. R 145572, Nov. 14, 
1945. 84 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 18 

VOLUME INDEX 

FOR THE YEAR 1945 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion -picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, ' Class D, Dramatic compositions- "L," Class L, Motion -picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "© ' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
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INDEX TO PART 1, GROUP 3, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS AND MOTION PICTURES 

Volume 18, nos. 1-12, 1945 

This index contains in one alphabet the titles of all dramas and motion pictures. 

The letters (D.) and (M. P.) in parentheses, following the titles, stand for Drama and Motion Picture. 

The figures refer to the citation numbers following the title in the CATALOG. 



A for able. (D.) 2553. 


A-hunting we will go. (D.) 3895. 


A for Amanda. (D.) 3177. 


Ain't it the truth. (D.) 5. 


A. P. O. Chicago. (D.) 2554. 


Ain't that ducky. (M. P.) 3035. 


A souffort sous Ponce Pilate. (D.) 4628. 


Air tight alibi. (D.) 4205. 


Abduction from the seraglio. (D.) 2555. 


Air we breathe. (D.) 3712. 


Abel. (D.) 1524. 


Aircraft work, aircraft maintenance. (M. P.) 


Above the fruited plain. (D.) 3710. 


1974-1976, 2403, 2404, 6123-6127. 


Absence makes the heart go wander. (D.) 1525. 


Aircraft work, power plant maintenance. (M. P.) 


Accessory assembly, tools and procedures. (M. P.) 


5179-5183, 6128-6137. 


1972. 


Aircraft work, preventive maintenance. (M. P.) 


Accident show. (D.) 6496. 


5184-5187. 


Accidental angel. (D.) 4629. 


Aircraft work, wood fabrication. (M. P.) 1977- 


Accidentally yours. (D.) 1. 


1982. 


According to plan. (D.) 1526. 


Airplane mechanic. (M. P.) 5184. 


Ace high. (M. P.) 6490 (1) 


Airplane vs. automobile. (D.) 4831. 


Acid test. (D.) 1310 (1) 


Airways of the future. (M. P.) 3036. 


Across the range. (D.) 4204. 


Aladdin. (D.) 1537. 


Actor meets stooge. (D.) 889. 


Aladdin's other lamp. (M. P.) 3176 (1) 


Actors' angina. (D.) 1527. 


Alaska. (M. P.) 6138. 


Adam & Eve evolute. (D.) 5370. 


Alaskan grandeur. (M. P.) 4083. 


Adam's Eves. (D.) 3711. 


Alaskan stampede. (D.) 3180. 


Adam's house cat. (D.) 1528. 


Aldrich family. (D.) 6492. 


Adiosita. (M. P.) 1311. 


Alexander Graham Bell. (D.) 2816. 


Adjustments after check flight. (M. P.) 6123. 


Alexander the Great. (D.) 5374. 


Administering cold applications. (M. P.) 6350. 


Alfred Smith. (D.) 6493. 


Administering hot applications. (M. P.) 6349. 


Ali Baba & the forty thieves. (M. P.) 6822 (1) 


Adopted son. (M. P.) 4627 (1) 


Alias Mrs. Jessop. (M. P.) 4627 (2) 


Adulteress of Zitlala. (D.) 1529. 


Alias Sandra Day. (D.) 1707. 


Adventure of Blinker Blotto. (D.) 5371. 


Alias the Lone Ranger. (D.) 6671. 


Adventure of the blue chip. (D.) 1530. 


Alibi baby. (M. P.) 1312. 


Adventure of the five orange pipes. (M. P.) 400. 


Alibi for Alkali. (D.) 2270. 


Adventure of the foul tip. (D.) 1531. 


Alice. (D.) 1538. 


Adventure of the glass ball. (D.) 1532. 


Alice blue gown. (D.) 3181. 


Adventures in dramatics. (D.) 5372. 


Alice in Wonderland. (D.) 501, 1538. 


Adventures of Aladdin. (D.) 4630. 


Alice, my wife. (D.) 3713. 


Adventures of grandpa. (D.) 1971 (1) 


Alice, of the rest cure. (D.) 1859. 


Adventures of Midge & Mudge. (D.) 4631, 4632. 


Alimony. (D.) 367, 3182. 


Adventures of Rusty. (M. P.) 4548. 


All-American gripe. (D.) 4536. 


Advertising goes to war. (D.) 2. 


All American swing. (D.) 6494. 


AEsops fable. (M. P.) 5178, 6121, 6122. 


All by his lonesome. (D.) 3034 (1) 


Affair of honor. (D.) 1533. 


All for a husband. (M. P.) 888 (1) 


Affairs of Susan. (M. P.) 1973. 


All front & no back. (D.) 4081 (12) 


Affairs of Susie. (D.) 3178. 


All of us together. (D.) 2556. 


Affinity for life. (D.) 6491. 


All right for you. (M. P.) 1313. 


African diary. (M. P.) 2402. 


All ruzzitt buzzitt. (M. P.) 3530. 


After a while. (M. P.) 4082. 


All star musical revue. (M. P.) 6139. 


After Henry. (M. P.) 6490 (2) 


All that glitters. (D.) 5375. 


After you. (D.) 5373. 


All the King's horses. (D.) 3714. 


Afterclap. (D.) 1534. 


All woman. (M. P.) 6822 (2) 


Afternoon with Liszt. (D.) 3179. 


Alle Juden raus, Gehenna. (D.) 4634. 


Afterwards. (D.) 3. 


Allotment wives. (M. P.) 6140. 


Age of romance. (D.) 1535. 


All's fair. (D.) 1539. 


Agency. (D.) 4633. 


All's well that ends - better. (D.) 4635. 


Agents of destruction. (D.) 2109. 


Along came Jones. (M. P.) 3531. 


Aguinaldo. (D.) 4381. 


Along the Navajo trail. (M. P.) 5188. 


Ah, sweet misery of life. (D.) 500. 


Aloysius. (D.) 890. 


Ahashverosh & Esther. (D.) 1536. 


Alter ego. (M. P.) 3537. 


Ahasuerus. (D.) 4. 


Always a woman. (D.) 3777. 


Ahaz' reception in Assyria. (D.) 764. 


Always yours. (D.) 566. 



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Amarilly of Clothesline alley. (M. P.) 3709 (1) 

Ambassador in chains. (D.) 3715. 

Ambassador of death. (D.) 5859. 

Ambassador with a guitar. (D.) 502, 5376, 5377. 

Ambush. (D.) 1110, 4401, 6547. 

Ambush for a shepherd. (D.) 765. 

Ame et la danse . (D.) 5535. 

America bowls. (D.) 3716. 

America the beautiful. (M. P.) 4084. 

American buds. (M. P.) 3709 (2) 

American house. (D.) 2110. 

American school of the air, story of America. 

(D.) 5378. 
American skating king. (D.) 6495. 
American widow. (M. P.) 4627(3) 
Americans all. (D.) 891. 
Americans all. (M. P.) 3037. 
America's no. 1 copy girl. (D.) 2587. 
Amerigo gave wit to America. (D.) 6. 
Amico - my friend. (D.) 5379. 
Amis terribles. (D.) 3717. 
Among the stars. (D.) 4636. 
Amongst men of good will. (D.) 5380. 
Amos & Andy show. (D.) 7-21, 2111-2122, 3183- 

3191. 
Amos V Andy. (D.) 2496-6499. 
Amour fou. (D.) 4205. 
Amparo. (D.) 503. 
Am-stram-gram. (D.) 4207. 
Anchors aweigh. (M. P.) 4549. 
Ancient cure. (D.) 3718. 
And a little child. (D.) 565. 
And every tomorrow. (D.) 2557. 
And his name was John. (D.) 22. 
And if we live. (D.) 23. 
And it came to pass. (D.) 2123. 
And never yield. (D.) 24,3192. 
And not to yield. (D.) 564. 
And now tomorrow. (D.) 3369. 
And so, beloved. (D.) 6500. 
And still a mystery. (D.) 3529 (1) 
And the clown laughed. (D.) 6501. 
And the wind blows on. (D.) 1540. 
And they doubled in brass. (D.) 2558. 
And three were Thomas. (D.) 2124. 
Andromaque Britannicus. (D.) 4637. 
Ange passe. (D.) 4638. 
Angel goes to hell. (D.) 5381. 
Angel's feather. (D.) 1541. 
Angels in uniform. (D.) 892. 
Angelus. (D.) 2559. 
Anges du peche. (D.) 4757. 
Angry dust. (D.) 4639. 
Angry fancy. (D.) 4208. 
Animal crackers. (D.) 5382. 
Animal fair. 4640-4642, 5383-5387, 6502-6504. 
Animal-ology. (M. P.) 6426. 
Animated numbers. (D.) 25. 
Anna Lucasta. (D.) 504. 
Annabelle. (D.) 4209. 
Anne, my long ago dream. (D.) 5388. 
Anne Pedersdotter. (D.) 6798 (1) 
Annette. (D.) 1542. 
Another angle. (D.) 3719. 
Another day. (D.) 893. 
Antics of Ann. (M. P.) 499 (1) 
Antics of Annabelle Ant. (D.) 3998. 
Antigone. (D.) 4210. 
Ants in your pantry. (M. P.) 5189. 
Anybody family on Sunday morning. (D.) 6798 (2) 
Anygirl. (D.) 6798 (3) 
Anything can happen. (D.) 26. 
Apennine grape. (D.) 505. 



Apolk. didn't wear a hat. (D.) 5389. 

Apology for murder. (M. P.) 6141. 

Appointment with death. (D.) 3720. 

Appointment with death. (M. P.) 3540. 

Appointments with death. (D.) 3306. 

April dance. (D.) 894. 

April fool. (D.) 6798 (4) 

April 12, 1945. (D.) 6505. 

Aqua-maids. (M. P.) 1314. 

Arabella Long, evangelist. (D.) 1829. 

Arabesque. (D.) 2560. 

Arabian nights. (D.) 821 (1), 5177 (4) 

Arabians in the Rockies. (M. P.) 6799. 

Architecte. (D.) 5535. 

Are celebrities people. (D.) 3211. 

Are married policemen safe. (M. P.) 2552 (1) 

Are you the first. (D.) 6506. 

Arise fair sun. (D.) 2561. 

Aristocrat. (D.) 2401 (1) 

Arithmetic & grammar. (D.) 6507. 

Armistice from death. (D.) 3301. 

Arms & the girl. (M. P.) 499 (2) 

Arms are fair. (D.) 508. 

Army mules. (D.) 4394. 

Army with banners. (D.) 3529 (2) 

Army's quick demobilization plan. (D.) 5390. 

Around the Maypole . (D.) 4643. 

Arsen. (D.) 5707. 

Arson squad. (M. P.) 6142. 

Artemise. (D.) 895. 

Artist to the wounded. (D.) 2562. 

Artistry in rhythm. (M. P.) 3038. 

Arts roughhoused. (D.) 1543. 

As dreams are made. (D.) 3721. 

As I wander. (D.) 5391. 

As others see us. (M. P.) 4627 (4) 

As the fly flies. (M. P.) 1315. 

As you like them. (D.) 2563. 

Ask for the moon. (D.) 2564. 

Ask Mabel. (D.) 896. 

Assembly & rigging of the P-63. (M. P.) 6143. 

Assignment for the Prof. (D.) 5392. 

At dawning. (D.) 507. 

At 19 Dugan place. (D.) 1527. 

At the Bergens. (D.) 6508. 

At the break of dawn. (D.) 1544. 

At the carnival. (D.) 6120 (1) 

At the sign of the skull. (D.) 4644. 

At the well of the star. (D.) 4211. 

At your command. (D.) 3722. 

Atlantic City forum of the air. (D.) 2565. 

Atmosphere & its circulation. (M. P.) 3039. 

Atomic baby. (D.) 5393. 

Atomic blonde. (D.) 5394. 

Atomic child. (D.) 4645. 

Attaching & aligning wings. (M. P.) 6124.* 

Attic stairway murder mystery. (D.) 5505. 

Attorney -at-law. (D.) 1310. 

Au petit bonheur. (D.) 4646. 

Auction block. (M. P.) 5369 (1) 

Audition fever. (D.) 2566. 

August victory. (D.) 6509. 

Aunt Emmeline. (D.) 2716. 

Aunt Jenny's real life stories. (D.) 2567-2571, 

6510-6515. 
Auntie. (D.) 6668. 
Author in babyland. (M. P.) 2405. 
Auto-da-fe. (D.) 897. 
Automotive operation & maintenance, automobile 

operation. (M. P.) 3040-3043. 
Automotive operation & maintenance, preventive 

maintenance. (M. P.) 5190-5193. 
Avenger. (D.) 5395. 






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Avenging trail. (M. P.) 5369 (2) 

Average man. (D.) 6798 (5) 

Avis & Jared. (D.) 3989. 

Avis & Joah. (D.) 766. 

Avis intercedes for Shebna. (D.) 1252. 

Avis leaves Jerusalem. (D.) 3990. 

Avis' plan succeeds. (D.) 2952. 

Awakening at Four Corners. (D.) 898. 

Awakening of Helena Minor. (M. P.) 2552 (2) 

Away we go. (D.) 5396. 

Axe. (D.) 1545. 

Axford cracks a case. (D.) 1042. 

Aye-aye, sister. (D.) 27. 

Azora, the daughter of Montezuma. (D.) 3034 (2) 

B-B-B-Benny. (D.) 4212. 

B for Brenda. (D.) 899. 

B-29's over Dixie. (M< P.) 6144. 

Babes in the woods. (M. P.) 2108 (1) 

Babies for sale. (D.) 28. 

Bab's burglar. (M. P.) 499 (3) 

Bab's matinee idol. (M. P.) 2108 (2) 

Baby black market. (D.) 1546. 

Baby don't you love me anymore. (M. P.) 6145. 

Baby mine. (M. P.) 3709 (3) 

Bachelor bride. (D.) 4647. 

Bachelor haven. (D.) 900. 

Back door of the mountain. (D.) 6541. 

Back home in Indiana. (M. P.) 6146. 

Back in your own back yard. (M. P.) 3532. 

Back-lash. (D.) 4648. 

Back to Bataan. (M. P.) 6147. 

Back to Donegal. (M. P.) 1316. 

Back to the woods. (M. P.) 6822 (3) 

Backfire. (D.) 5397. 

Bad angel. (D.) 508. 

Bad girl. (D.) 5398. 

Badminton. (M. P.) 6148. 

Baggage. (D.) 3193. 

Bahama sea sports. (M. P.) 3533. 

Baia. (M. P.) 3534. 

Balcony. (D.) 901. 

Balkan serenade. (D.) 4649. 

Ballet to sound. (D.) 2572. 

Bandits of the Badlands. (M. P.) 5194. 

Bands across the sea. (M. P.) 3044. 

Banishment of Roger Williams. (D.) 4382. 

Barabbas, son of the Master. (D.) 509. 

Barber of Savannah. (D.) 2125. 

Barber of Seville. (D.) 2125, 2126. 

Barber-shop ballads. (M. P.) 5195. 

Barber-shop forum, no. 1. (D.) 902. 

Barby & the Ten Commandments. (D.) 903. 

Barby's first day at Sunday school. (D.) 29. 

Bargain paid for. (D.) 904. 

Barley boys. (D.) 5684. 

Barley Cove. (D.) 510. 

Barnum Jones show. (D.) 511, 512. 

Barnum was wrong. (D.) 2573. 

Barricade. (M. P.) 2552 (3) 

Barry touch. (D.) 513. 

Bartered bride. (D.) 4650. 

Bashful buzzard. (M. P.) 5196. 

Basic English. (M. P.) 5197. 

Bat boy. (D.) 5626. 

Battery, ignition & electrical system. (M. P.) 5190. 

Battle to stay alive. (D.) 5399. 

Battling Jane. (M. P.) 6822 (4) 

Bayou. (D.) 5882. 

Be patient, patient. (M. P.) 3045. 

Beach polka. (M. P.) 1983. 

Beachhead to Berlin. (M. P.) 376. 

Beacon Hill. (D.) 30. 

Bearers of the light. (D.) 3194. 



Beast of the bayou. (D.) 4818. 

Beau ties. (M. P.) 4085. 

Beautiful cheat. (M. P.) 4086. 

Beautiful lie. (M. P.) 3176 (2) 

Beautiful Nazi spy. (D.) 998. 

Beauty & the brain. (D.) 6i0. 

Bebe au pensionnat. (D.) 4651. 

Because he is my foe. (D.) 3195. 

Bedside manner. (M. P.) 3535. 

Bedtime story. (D.) 1766. 

Beeble's country home. (D.) 2127. 

Before & after taking. (M. P.) 6490 (3) 

Beggar rides. (D.) 2128. 

Beginners' lucky seven. (D.) 5400. 

Behind city lights. (M. P.) 5198. 

Behind the clouds. (D.) 4652. 

Behind the counters. (D.) 514. 

Behind the guns. (D.) 905. 

Behind the mask. (D.) 5734. 

Behind the meat-ball. (M. P.) 2405. 

Behind the veil. (D.) 3292. 

Behold the living Venus. (D.) 5401. 

Behold - the moon. (D.) 4653. 

Behold thy son. (D.) 1647. 

Believe it or not. (D.) 4654. 

Believe me, Xantippe. (M. P.) 6490 (4) 

Belinda Biddy beckons you. (D.) 4655. 

Bell bottom trousers. (M. P.) 1317. 

Bell boy. (M. P.) 3709 (4) 

Bell for Adano. (D.) 2129. 

Bell for Adano. (M. P.) 5149. 

Bell helicopter. (M. P.) C150. 

Belle Brodie. (D.) 2130. 

Bells of Rosarita. (M. P.) 3535. 

Bells of Russia. (D.) 1547. 

Beloved. (D.) 4213. 

Beloved traitor. (M. P.) 6490 (5) 

Belt of doom. (M. P.) 5207. 

Bend down sister. (D.) 4214. 

Benny Havens. (D.) 2731. 

Berceaux vides. (D.) 4215,5402. 

Berkeley square. (D.) 232. 

Bernarda Alba. (D.) 4216. 

Bernardine, I love you. (D.) 1548. 

Bessie, come home. (D.) 515. 

Best film plays of 1943-1944. (D.) 2574. 

Best one-act plays of 1944. (D.) 2575. 

Best plays of 1944-45, and the Year book of the 

drama in America. (D.) 5403. 
Bethlehem, 1917. (D.) 3529 (3) 
Betrayal from the East. (Mo P.) 3045. 
Betrothal announcement. (D.) 1253. 
Better man. (D.) 6516. 
Betterworld. (D.) 3723. 
Between two brides. (D.) 2131. 
Between two women. (M. P.) 377. 
Beveling, stop chamfering & tapering square stock. 

(M. P.) 1450. 
Beware of redheads. (M. P.) 6151. 
Bewitched. (D.) 516. 
Bewitched. (M. P.) 3537. 
Beyond. (D.) 3034 (3) 
Bien-aime. (D.) 4217. 
Big beef. (M. P.) 6152. 
Big bonanza. (M. P.) 822. 
Big boss speaks. (M. P.) 3548. 
Big Bull & the Denver Doll. (D.) 4856. 
Big deal. (D.) 3196. 
Big fat butterfly. (M. P.) 823. 
Big idea. (D.) 6798 (6) 
Big mace. (D.) 906. 
Big noise. (M. P.) 824. 
Big purge. (D.) 1549. 
Big shot. (D.) 3197. 



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Big Shot. (M. P.) 2016. 

Big shot - masculine. (D.) 4657. 

Big show-off. (M. P.) 1318. 

Big sister. (D.) 2576-2580, 6517-6521. 

Big three. (D.) 3724. 

Bigger they are. (D.) 1710. 

Bikes & skis. (M. P.) 1319. 

Bill Bagley. (D.) 2267. 

Bill Bailey. (M. P.) 1320. 

Billie. (D.) 3198. 

Billy King's humorology. (D.) 4218-4223. 

Billy Rose's Diamond horseshoe. (M. P.) 3538. 

Bimini. (D.) 3199. 

Bingo bango. (D.) 2581. 

Biography, incorporated. (D.) 1718. 

Biography of a moment. (D.) 31. 

Bird of prey. (M. P.) 6822(5) 

Birdcage. (D.) 32. 

Birds & the beasts were there. (M. P.) 378. 

Birds of a feather. (D.) 4658. 

Birth of an army. (D.) 517. 

Birthday blues. (M. P.) 1321. 

Bishop's candlesticks. (D.) 2132. 

Bit of doodling. (D.) 1040. 

Bit of old Erin. (D.) 5404. 

Bitter answer. (D.) 2582. 

Bitter cup. (D.) 6522. 

Black Arrow. (M. P.) 3047-3050,3539-3542, 

4087-4091, 4550, 4551. 
Black Arrow triumphs. (M. P.) 4551. 
Black Christmas. (D.) 4659. 
Black eagle. (D.) 3200. 
Black feather. (D.) 5588. 
Black Ghost. (D.) 4224. 
Black gull of Garand's Island. (D.) 2583. 
Black hand. (M. P.) 3176 (3) 
Black magic. (D.) 4660. 
Black market. (D.) 675. 
Black market babies. (D.) 28. 
Black market babies for sale. (D.) 2584. 
Black market for profit. (D.) 3303. 
Blach Monk. (D.) 6523. 
Black out. (D.) 518. 
Black tree. (D.) 3860. 
Blackmail. (M. P.) 888 (2) 
Blackouts - series A. (D.) 33. 
Blackouts - series G, consisting of heaven. (D.) 

34. 
Blank day for reason. (D.) 128. 
Blazing the western trail. (M. P.) 6153. 
Blazing trap. (M. P.) 3054. 
Blessed are the meek. (D.) 4389. 
Blessed birthday. (D.) 6120 (2) 
Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God. (D.) 5405. 
Blighted. (D.) 1550. 
Blind bootmaker. (D.) 2251. 
Blind man's folly. (D.) 5045. 
Blind spot. (D.) 907. 
Blindness of divorce. (M. P.) 5369 (3) 
Blitzkreig bombardier. (M. P.) 1322. 
Blizzard in the Yukon. (D.) 6540. 
Blond ransom. (M. P.) 3543. 
Blonde. (D.) 35. 
Blonde fever. (M. P.) 379. 
Blonde from Brooklyn. (M. P.) 6154. 
Blondie. (M. P.) 1388. 
Blood doesn't tell. (D.) 908. 
Blood on the land. (D.) 4390. 
Blood on the sun. (M. P.) 3544. 
Blood type O. (D.) 4225. 
Blood upon the snow. (D.) 3201. 
Blood will tell. (M. P.) 3176(4) 
Bloody sweats. (D.) 36. 



Blow the whistle. (M. P.) 1323. 

Blowin' your top. (D.) 6524. 

Blowtop blues. (M. P.) 6155. 

Blue eyed Mary. (M. P.) 6490 (6) 

Blue jeans. (M. P.) 6490 (7) 

Blue light. (D.) 519. 

Blue Madonna. (D.) 4661. 

Blue road. (D.) 5406. 

Blue spies. (D.) 4226. 

Blue winners. (M. P.) 1324. 

Bluebeard. (D.) 3725. 

Bluebeard. (M. P.) 6156. 

Blueberry street. (D.) 2748. 

Bluejacket boulevardier. (D.) 3202. 

Boaz the agrarian. (D.) 909. 

Bobby Socks helps a friend. (D.) 37. 

Bobby sox. (D.) 3726. 

Bobby the seal. (M. P.) 825. 

Boccace conte 19. (D.) 5574. 

Body snatcher. (M„ P.) 3545. 

Bold lover. (D.) 38. 

Bolero. (D.) 4662. 

Bombalera. (Mo P.) 1325. 

Bombs that missed. (D.) 910. 

Bonnie Annie Laurie. (M. P.) 8822 (6) 

Booby dupes. (M. P.) 3546. 

Booby socks. (Mo P.) 5199. 

Boobytrap. (D.) 6525. 

Boogie woogie. (M. P.) 3547. 

Boogie woogie dream. (M. P.) 1326. 

Bookkeeping & accounting. (M. P.) 6157. 

Boomerang. (M. P.) 1409. 

Boots to match. (D.) 2133. 

Bordenlilly's corner. (D.) 911. 

Border badman. (M. P.) 6158. 

Boring holes with offset boring head. (M. P.) 4126. 

Born actress. (D.) 2134. 

Born yesterday. (D.) 3727. 

Borrowed Christmas. (D.) 4227. 

Borrowed light. (D.) 3728. 

Bors. (D.) 4663. 

Boston Barries. (D.) 1551. 

Boston Blackie booked on suspicion. (M. P.) 3051. 

Boston Blackie's rendezvous. (M. P.) 4092. 

Boston tea party . (D.) 912. 

Both barrels blazing. (M. P.) 3052. 

Bottega del caffe. (D.) 6567. 

Bottled in bond. (D.) 3302. 

Bouquet blanc. (D.) 5000. 

Bourgeois gentilhomme. (D.) 1310 (2) 

Bowery follies. (D.) 5407. 

Boy & a dog. (D.) 6546. 

Boy grown tall. (D.) 3729. 

Boy meets girl. (D.) 3203. 

Boy who sang. (D.) 6798 (7) 

Boys. (D.) 5408. 

Boys are men. (D.) 3730. 

Boy's dream. (D.) 1552. 

Boys' life screen review. (M. P.) 6822 (7) 

Boysi stories. (D.) 6592. 

Bracketing an unknown beam. (M. P.) 2453. 

Brad comes home. (D.) 4392. 

Branded soul. (M. P.) 888(3) 

Brass button. (D.) 6553. 

Brass check. (M. P.) 6490 (8) 

Brass ring. (D.) 5409. 

Brass whistle. (D.) 2249. 

Brave & bold. (M. P.) 5369 (4) 

Bravest way. (M. P.) 5369(5) 

Brazing carbide tools. (M. P.) 5202. 

Break in the levee. (M. P.) 1404. 

Breakers ahead. (M. P.) 6490 (9) 

Breakfast at Sadie s. (D.) 5410. 






224 



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INDEX 



Breaking the bottleneck. (M. P.) 1984. 
Brenda Starr, reporter. 3053-3056, 3548-3551 

4093-4097. 
Brenda vs. Bill. (D.) 39. 
Brewster's millions. (M. P.) 2407. 
Brick & stone mason. (M. P.) 6159. 
Bridal suite. (D.) 40. 
Bride of fear. (M. P.) 5369 (6) 
Bride's stand-in. (D.) 1553. 
Bridge. (D.) 4G64. 
Bridges burned. (M. P.) 888 (4) 
Brief fame of John Copper. (D.) 1236. 
Briefs & brevities. (D.) 41. 
Brigands. (D.) 1670. 
Bright laughter. (D.) 3798. 
Bright lights dimmed. (M. P.) 6490 (10) 
Brighton strangler. (M. P.) 3552. 
Brimstone & treacle. (D.) 1554. 
Bring on the girls. (M. P.) 2408. 
Bring out your dead. (D.) 42. 
Bringing up baby. (D.) 3204. 
Bringing up Virginia. (D.) 223. 
Brink of doom. (M. P.) 428. 
Broaching an internal keyway. (M. P.) 2034. 
Broad arrow. (D.) 520. 
Broadway Bill. (M. P.) C490 (11) 
Broadway farmer. (M. P.) 3553. 
Broadway gambler. (D.) 2585. 
Broadway opening. (D.) 1555. 
Broadway up yonder. (D.) 3731. 
Broken cigarette stubs. (D.) 3304. 
Broken hearted blues. (M. P.) 2409. 
Broken rehearsal. (D.) 5411. 
Broken threads. (M. P.) 6822 (36) 
Bronx express. (D.) 2586. 
Bronx story. (D.) 43. 
Brooklyn. (D.) 48. 
Brother Bill. (M. P.) 1327. 
Brown's big show. (D.) 3732. 
Bubble bent. (D.) 1556. 
Buckin' Benny rides again. (D.) 521. 
Budd induction heating process. (M. P.) 6160. 
Bugle blows at dawn. (D.) 522. 
Bugle call. (D.) 3529 (4) 
Buick's on the job. (M. P.) 2410. 
Build me a world. (D.) 5526. 
Build-up to passion. (D.) 4665. 
Building a box beam spar. (M. P.) 1978. 
Building a wooden rib. (M. P.) 1977. 
Building motion economy into tools & equipment. 

(M. P.) 6161. 
Bullet serenade. (M. P.) 3097. 
Bullfighters. (M. P.) 3554. 
Bundle from heaven. (D.) 1557. 
Burning cross. (D.) 5412. 
Burning jungle. (M. P.) 843. 
Bury me not. (D.) 1558. 
Business wife. (D.) 2834. 
Butter & egg man. (D.) 523. 
Buying bloomers. (D.) 1559. 
Buzz me. (M. P.) 1985. 
By appointment only. (D.) 1560, 4666. 
By Gemini. (D.) 913. 
By Ginger. (D.) 2587. 
By proxy. (D.) 44. 
By request. (D.) 3205-3209. 
By the dawn's early light. (D.) 524. 
By the people. (D.) 1561. 
By the sword. (D.) 4228. 

By their words ye shall know them. (D.) 821 (2) 
Cable surface wiring. (M. P.) 1351. 
Cachorros. (D.) 6798 (8) 
Cactus & the rose. (D.) 1562. 



Caddie Woodlawn. (D.) 4667. 

Cage. (D.) 525. 

Caillaux case. (M. P.) 6822 (8) 

Caldonia. (M. P.) 3555. 

Calico cargo. (D.) 5413. 

Californy or bust. (M. P.) 6162. 

Caligula. (D.) 5760. 

Caliph & the merchant. (D.) 4229. 

Call it coincidence. (D.) 5414. 

Call me Mara. (D.) 4668. 

Call me Scoop. (D.) 3733. 

Call of duty. (D.) 5415. 

Call of her people. (M. P.) 3176 (5) 

Call of the ages. (D.) 5416. 

Call of the East. (M. P.) 499 (4) 

Call to arms. (M. P.) 380. 

Call to love. (D.) 45. 

Calling all fibbers. (M. P.) 6163. 

Calling all girls club. 914-925, 1563-1567, 2588- 
2594, 3734-3741, 5417-5430, 6527-6530. 

Calling Linda Condon. (D.) 5431. 

Calumet dance. (D.) 926. 

Calvary Alley. (M. P.) 3709 (43) 

Camel brigade - pt. 1, The start. (D.) 5714. 

Camel brigade - pt. 2, Quicksand. (D.) 5715. 

Camel brigade, pt. 3, Deep water. 5716. 

Camouflage kiss. (M. P.) 3709 (5) 

Camp meeting. (D.) 4669. 

Campus chit chat. (D.) 3742. 

Campus mermaids. (M. P.) 5200. 

Cancion de Belen. (D„) 2595. 

Cancion de Mexico. (M. P.) 5201. 

Candelabra of the steppes. (D.) 127. 

Candeur merveilleuse. (D.) 4280. 

Candied peel. (D.) 3743. 

Candle for the Christmas guest. (D.) 5432. 

Candy. (D.) 2596. 

Candy store. (D.) 5433. 

Canine Casanova. (M. P.) 61P4. 

Canine-feline capers. (M. P.) 4098. 

Can't face the music. (D.) 4778. 

Can't see for lookin'. (M. P.) 381. 

Canterville ghost. (D.) 3372. 

Canyons of the sun. (M. P.) 2411. 

Captain Eddie. (D.) 46. 

Captain Gene Hamlet. (D.) 4230. 

Captain Kidd. (M. P.) 6165. 

Captain Kidd's treasure. (D.) 2135. 

Captain Leatherneck. (D.) 2597. 

Captain returns. (D.) 4952. 

Captain Richard De Filadelfia. (D.) 5434. 

Captain takes a hand. (D.) 1568. 

Captain Tugboat Annie. (M. P.) 0166. 

Caravan. (D.) 5435. 

Carbide cutting tools. (M. P.) 5202-5206. 

Carbon -black treasure. (M. P.) 2412. 

Care of a tractor. (M. P.) 1358. 

Care of pets. (M. P.) 3057. 

Care of the cardiac patient. (M. P.) 2066. 

Care of the patient with diabetes mellitus, compli- 
cated. (M. P.) 3630. 

Care of the patient with diabetes mellitus, uncompli- 
cated. (M. P.) 3631. 

Career angel. (D.) 3744. 

Careers. (D.) 4670. 

Cargo over Burma. (D.) 5436. 

-3. (M. P.) 2413, 2548, 3060. 
(D.) 6531. 



Caribbean region, 1 
Carlo the engineer. 
Carmen. (D.) 927. 
Carmen Jones. (D.) 
Carnaval des sexes. 
Carnival. (D.) 526, 



927. 

(D.) 4671. 
4231. 



Carnival courage. (M. P.) 6167. 



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INDEX 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Carolina blues. (M. P.) 1328. 

Carousel. (D.) 928. 

Carrigan's mother. (D.) 4332. 

Carrot & club. (D.) 3745. 

Carsonia. (D.) 3746. 

Cas singulier. (D.) 4672. 

Case history. (D.) 5437. 

Case of Bielanski-Tillotson. (D.) 5570. 

Case of Felker-Mercer. (D.) 146. 

Case of Fred Schmidt. (D.) 147. 

Case of Harry Red Bever. (D.) 4767. 

Case of Hattie Matthews. (D.) 148. 

Case of Ivan Sullivan. (D.) 5568. 

Case of John K. Giles. (D.) 4769. 

Case of Joseph Dunbar Medley. (D.) 5571. 

Case of Leonard Zalutsky, pts. 1, 2. (D.) 6606, 

6607. 
Case of Madame Le Docteur. (D.) 5493. 
Case of Masaharu Homma, murderer extraordinary. 

(D.) 1569. 
Case of Matthew Kozera. (D.) 6608. 
Case of Merten-Higgins. (D.) 4770. 
Case of Moon Horgan gang. (D.) 5569. 
Case of newspaper plot. (D.) 974. 
Case of Norwegian underground. (D.) 2162. 
Case of Perkins -Mullins. (D.) 149. 
Case of Peter Zenger. (D.) 5378. 
Case of poisoned beer. (D.) 973. 
Case of radio interference. (D.) 972. 
Case of springtime. (D.) 4673. 
Case of the A flat. (D.) 1635. 
Case of the Ainu. (D.) 105. 
Case of the all-day scramble. (D.) 5438. 
Case of the bleeding bobolink. (D.) 4461. 
Case of the canoe paddles. (D.) 102. 
Case of the capering corpse. (D.) 609. 
Case of the Christmas treasures. (D.) 5439. 
Case of the counterfeit red points. (D.) 3771. 
Case of the crooked contractor. (D.) 3773. 
Case of the dog of dynamite. (D.) 3775. 
Case of the emerald cross. (D.) 4707. 
Case of the escaped war prisoner. (D.) 1636. 
Case of the fake refugees. (D.) 5490. 
Case of the feminine heart key. (D.) 5440. 
Case of the flaming skull. (D.) 1237. 
Case of the flu vaccine. (D.) 3247. 
Case of the G. I. spenders. (D.) 6582. 
Case of the garden seeds. (D.) 1637. 
Case of the German pressure group. (D.) 976. 
Case of the ghostly voices. (D.) 4344-4346. 
Case of the girl with the photographic mind. (D.) 

5491. 
Case of the golden seed. (D.) 5860. 
Case of the ham actor. (D.) 4713. 
Case of the hidden gold. (D.) 4347. 
Case of the hot glamour. (D.) 5441. 
Case of the howling horse. (D.) 5856. 
Case of the hypnotized girl. (D.) 5489. 
Case of the insane house. (D.) 5862. 
Case of the itinerant enemy agent. (D.) 977. 
Case of the jewels. (D.) 2163. 
Case of the junior marksman. (D.) 5442. 
Case of the mad musician. (D.) 3768. 
Case of the mental hoax. (D.) 103. 
Case of the Mexican cemetery. (D.) 3772. 
Case of the Mexican ring. (D.) 2679. 
Case of the missing finger. (M. P.) 5207. 
Case of the missing telephone. (D.) 929. 
Case of the mosquito recording. (D.) 2677. 
Case of the mysterious hulk. (D.) 2678. 
Case of the Nazi butcher. (D.) 104. 
Case of the nearsighted picture. (D.) 3431. 
Case of the new bomb. (D.) 4712. 



Case of the perfect bombs. (D.) 1634. 

Case of the phony philanthropy. (D.) 6583. 

Case of the poison bread. (D.) 971. 

Case of the poison syringe. (D.) 970. 

Case of the poison water cooler. (D.) 3776. 

Case of the poisoned sugar. (D.) 975. 

Case of the prison camp lecturer. (D.) 3774. 

Case of the psychiatrist. (D.) 1633. 

Case of the queen's eyebrows. (D.) 5017. 

Case of the returned flyers. (D.) 153. 

Case of the river of eternal woe. (D.) 2344. 

Case of the sabotaged ball bearings. (D.) 94. 

Case of the sabotaged shoes. (D.) 2681. 

Case of the safety deposit box. (D.) 4256. 

Case of the sick statue. (D.) 4460. 

Case of the skin protecting lotion. (D.) 4258. 

Case of the smuggled war criminals. (D.) 5492. 

Case of the spurious spiritualist. (D.) 4715. 

Case of the table cloth doodle. (D.) 4257. 

Case of the talking tree. (D.) 4464. 

Case of the train wreck. (D.) 2680. 

Case of the trinkets. (D.) 989. 

Case of the underwater transmitter. (D.) 4259. 

Case of the unwanted flowers. (D.) 4341-4343. 

Case of the unwritten letter. (D.) 3952. 

Case of the vanishing postman. (D.) 4462. 

Case of the veterans' nylons. (D.) 4716. 

Case of the weeping clown. (D.) 5858. 

Case of the whistling Venus. (D.) 5863. 

Case of the woman painter. (D.) 4714. 

Case of the woman spy. (D.) 3246. 

Case of the worried worm. (D.) 5857. 

Case of William Harlan Crane. (D.) 4768. 

Cash & Carrie. (D.) 3800, 4674, 5443. 

Cash in on the kitchenaider. (D.) 47. 

Cash quiz contest for the listening audience. (D.) 

5444, 6532. 
Casseur d'assiettes. (D.) 5614. 
Casual company. (D.) 4233. 
Cat & mouse. (D.) 3747. 
Catalyst. (D.) 3210. 
Catch 'em & eat 'em. (M. P.) 1986. 
Cathedral. (D.) 1570. 
Cat's ear. (D.) 930. 
Cat's paw. (D.) 527. 
Caught in the jam. (D.) 5445. 
Caught in the web. (M„ P.) 2552 (6) 
Cauliflower is love. (D.) 528. 
Cause for action. (D.) 931. 
Cavalcade of voices, one man forum. (D.) 5446. 
Cave man's buff. (M. P.) 888 (5) 
Celebrities are human. (D.) 3211. 
Celebrity wife. (D.) 6533. 
Celestine. (D.) 4675. 
Central America. (Mo P.) 2413. 
C'etait en juillet. (D.) 4234. 
Ceux qui s'en f— (D.) 6798 (9) 
Chain letter. (D.) 3748, 5504. 
Chairborne. (D.) 5447. 
Challenge of the Yukon. 1571-1579, 2598-2601, 

4235, 6534-6557. 
Challenge to Catherine. (D.) 5448. 
Chamber of horror. (M. P.) 3541. 
Chameleon. (D.) 375 (1) 
Champ. (D.) 4676. 
Champagne for everybody. (D.) 48. 
Champagne for the press. (D.) 5449. 
Champagne polka. (M. P.) 5208. 
Champion of the cue. (M. P.) 6168. 
Champions of the future. (M. P.) 1329. 
Changing faces. (D.) 6558. 
Chanticleer & Partlet. (D.) 5450. 
Chanukah dream. (D.) 4677. 



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INDEX 



Chaplain Bill. (D.) 3362. 

Charade parade. (D.) 529. 

Charades radiophoniques. (D.) 5451. 

Charles & Laura. (D.) 3212. 

Charley. (D.) 2602. 

Charlie Powell checks up. (D.) 49. 

Charlotte Corday. (D.) 5452. 

Charlotte Greenwood show. (D.) 2603-2631. 

Charmer. (D.) 2632. 

Charming, adorable Ninon. (D.) 932. 

Chase. (D.) 6556. 

Chase & Sanborn program. 2633-2636, 3213, 3214, 

4678-4681, 5453-5456, 6559-6563. 
Chateau above the clouds. (D.) 3857. 
Cheaters. (M. P.) 3556. 
Cheating the public. (M. P.) 2552 (4) 
Check & double check. (M. P.) 3058. 
Cheer up. (D.) 1310 (3) 
Cheer up, America. (D.) 3749. 
Cheerio, my daughter. (D.) 5457. 
Chef. (D.) 5452. 
Cherogee. (D.) 938. 
Cherokee. (M. P.) 3557. 
Chester Rand. (D.) 61. 
Chevalier au masque. (D.) 6798 (49) 
Chevauchee sans fin. (D.) 4682. 
Chew-chew baby. (M. P.) 1330. 
Chewing gum. (D.) 4236. 
Chewing the rag. (D.) 3750. 
Chicago Kid. (M. P.) 3558. 
Chicago's famous criminal trials. (D.) 1585. 
Chick Carter - boy detective. 62-89, 530-542, 

939-956, 1586-1618, 2138-2152, 2637-2663, 

3215-3229. 
Chickens. (D.) 3230. 
Child comes home. (D.) 6564. 
Children. (D.) 4698. 
Children of night. (D.) 5458. 
Children of sin. (D.) 4683. 
Children of Thursday. (D.) 1619. 
Children, this is your father. (D.) 5459. 
Chilly 'n cold. (M. P.) 1987. 
China. (M. P.) 5209. 
China sky. (M P.) 3559. 
China today. (M. P.) 1988. 
China's little devils. (M. P.) 2414. 
Chink in the armour. (D.) 821 (16) 
Chispas de acero. (D.) 4237. 
Choice. (D.) 1620. 
Choir of Bethlehem. (D.) 5460. 
Choo choo for Chicago. (D.) 6672. 
Choose your exit. (M. P.) 6822 (9) 
Chords & discords. (D.) 4684. 
Chosen instrument. (D.) 4685. 
Chow line. (D.) 3231. 
Christmas at the Snoggleses. (D.) 4686. 
Christmas comes to Mr. Munch. (D.) 5461. 
Christmas deferred. (D.) 4271. 
Christmas eve in the toy shop. (D.) 3751. 
Christmas for Cinderella. (D.) 4687. 
Christmas frolics. (D.) 4238. 
Christmas guest. (D.) 543, 4239. 
Christmas holiday. (D.) 5745. 
Christmas in Connecticut. (M. P.) 4099. 
Christmas propaganda. (D.) 250. 
Christus. (D.) 5462. 
Chronicle history of the life & death of King Lear 

& his three daughters. (D.) 821 (3) 
Chump. (D.) 1306. 
Cielito Undo. (M. P.) 826. 
Cigarets. (D.) 3232. 
Cilicia and the hermit. (D.) 3862. 
Cinderella. (D.) 2664, 2665. 



Cinderella & Cinderfella. (D.) 90. 
Cinderella, '46. (D.) 5463. 
Cinderella man. (M. P.) 5369 (7) 
Cinderella's holiday. (D.) 4688. 
Cinnamon Island. (D.) 1621. 
Circumstances. (D.) 4081 (1) 
Circumstantial evidence. (M. P.) 1989. 
Circus band. (M. P.) 2415. 
Cisco Kid in old New Mexico. (M. P.) 3059. 
Cisco Kid returns. (M. P.) 2416. 
City below. (D.) 4689. 
City mouse. (D.) 5464. 
City of dim faces. (M. P.) 6490 (12) 
City of gold. (M. P.) 3047. 
City of paradox. (M. P.) 4552. 
City on a hill. (D.) 4417. 
City slicker. (D.) 6535. 
City slicker & our Nell. (D.) 4690. 
City's shame. (D.) 3297. 
Civy street. (D.) 3233. 
Claim. (M. P.) 6490 (13) 
Clair de lune. (D.) 544. 
Clanton gang. (D.) 3355. 
Claudius the bee. (D.) 3752. 
Cleanliness brings health. (M. P.) 3560. 
Clefs du ciel. (D.) 2153. 
Clementi jive. (M. P.) 4553. 
Clementine. (D.) 4691. 
Cleopatra, the second. (D.) 4240. 
Clever Mrs. Carfax. (M. P.) 499 (5) 
Climactic years. (D.) 2C66. 
Clinns Canyon. (D.) 6535. 
Clock. (M. P.) 1990. 
Clockwatcher. (M. P.) 1331. 
Cloister & the hearth. (D.) 3890. 
Close resemblance. (M. P.) 4627 (5) 
Close shave. (D.) 3234. 
Clover ring. (D.) 91. 
Clown of God. (D.) 4692. 
Club Havana. (M. P.) 6169. 
Clue from the Klondyke. (M. P.) 888 (9) 
Coast guard leads the way. (M. P.) 2417. 
Cockle hat. (D.) 3235. 
Coconuts aweigh. (D.) 4241. 
Code of conduct. (D.) G5U6. 
Code of the lawless. (M. P.) 6170. 
Coffeehouse. (D.) 6567. 
Cold storage. (D.) 2759. 
College playhouse. (D.) 5170. 
Collegio ad absurdum. (D.) 2154. 
Colombia & Venezuela. (M. P.) 3060. 
Colorado pioneers. (M. P.) 6171. 
Columbus, why did you. (D.) 4693. 
Come & see. (D.) 92. 
Come home, sailor. (D.) 2155. 
Come on in. (M. P.) 6822 (10) 
Come oat fighting. (M. P.) 6172. 
Come to me baby. (D.) 3236. 
Come with me my honey. (M. P.) 827. 
Comedians. (D.) 4694. 
Comic strip. (D.) 5465. 
Comin' home. (D.) 93, 4695. 
Coming home. (D.) 2667. 
Coming morn. (D.) 5466. 
Coming of the Huguenots. (D.) 4696. 
Commando Duck. (M. P.) 1332. 
Comment on se trompe. (D.) 4242, 5467. 
Comment on tue les femmes. (D.) 5013. 
Committee admissions. (D.) 4081 (2) 
Common clay. (D.) 821 (4) 
Common ground. (D.) 545. 

Community sing. (M. P.) 1333-1337, 3061-3063, 
6173-6179. 



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Companions of Jehu. (M. P.) 3075. 

Complaints adjusted. (D.) 3753. 

Complications. (D.) 4243. 

Complications set in. (D.) 1691. 

Composer. (D.) 4244. 

Comrade Galahad. (D.) 4754. 

Con man. (D.) 2233. 

Conception. (D.) 6568. 

Concert. (D.) 5177 (1, 2) 

Concert canteen. (M. P.) 2418. 

Concert pitch. (D.) 3755. 

Conchita. (D.) 2927. 

Condition strange. (D.) -3756. 

Coney Island honeymoon. (M. P.) 3064. 

Confession. (M. P.) 5369 (8) 

Confidences, invited. (D.) 957. 

Confidential agent. (M. P.) 8180. 

Conflict. (M. P.) 4100. 

Congo. (D.) 4245. 

Congo. (M. P.) 1338. 

Congressional baby. (D.) 4697. 

Congressman Blatt tells the world. (D.) 6531. 

Congressman's kid. (D.) 4698. 

Conjuring trick. (D.) 5468. 

Connecting & adjusting controls. (M. P.) 6125. 

Conquering hero. (D.) 1622. 

Conquest. (D.) 821 (5) 

Conquest of pain. (D.) 958. 

Consignment - Lisbon. (D.) 2749. 

Consolation prize. (D.) 6510-6515. 

Conspiration. (D.) 1623. 

Constantinus Magnus. (D.) 1624. 

Contact unlimited. (D.) 546. 

Contes de mon chapeau. (D.) 4699. 

Contraband. (D.) 2245. 

Contrast in rhythm. (M. P.) 3065. 

Conversation between a new draftee & his sergeant. 

(D.) 5469. 
Convicts. (D.) 959. 
Cookie. (D.) 3757. 

Cooling system & fuel system. (M. P.) 5192. 
Cordelia's magic spoon. (D.) 3859. 
Corliss & the Magi. (D.) 1790. 
Corliss Archer, nurses aid. (D.) 1791. 
Corliss Archer, star witness. (D.) 1157. 
Corliss buys some records. (D.) 2830. 
Corliss collects coins. (D.) 2833. 
Corliss cracks a vase. (D.) 4920. 
Corliss dabbles in real estate. (D.) 249. 
Corliss gets a crush. (D.) 248. 
Corliss interprets a dream. (D.) 1789. 
Corliss leads a dance. (D.) 677. 
Corliss looks to the future. (D.) 4420. 
Corliss masquerades. (D.) 3379. 
Corliss proves a point. (D.) 4419. 
Corliss sees the New year in. (D.) 251. 
Corliss six-point program. (D.) 247. 
Corliss takes some glamour pictures. (D.) 2293. 
Corliss visits the dentist. (D.) 2294. 
Corn. (D.) 5470. 

Corn is green. (M. P.) 4101, 6569. 
Corn pone. (M. P.) 1339. 
Corporal Dodd has twins. (D.) 3237. 
Corpse accuses. (D.) 2918. 
Corpus Christi bandits. 2419. 
Corrida. (D.) 4700. 
Cotton widow. (D.) 4701. 
Counselor-at-love. (D.) 6570. 
Count takes the count. (D.) 2277. 
Count that day. (D.) 547. 
Counter-attack. (M. P.) 3066. 
Counterspy. (D.) 94. 
Countess Magada. (D.) 4702. 



Country boy. (D.) 6798 (10) 

Country housewife & the radio. (D.) 2668. 

Country store quiz. (D.) 5471. 

County agent. (D.) 4246, 4247, 5472-5474. 

Couple of million. (D.) 1971 (2) 

Court of democracy. (D.) 4033. 

Court of fun. (D.) 2156. 

Cousin Theresa. (D.) 95. 

Couvade. (D.) 548. 

Crackers in bed. (D.) 1625. 

Cradle of the deep. (D.) 96. 

Cradle song. (D.) 6120 (3) 

Crafty hand. (M. P.) 3176 (9) 

Cram session. (D.) 6571. 

Crash curve. (M. P.) 3595. 

Crash landing. (D.) 2157. 

Crazy knights. (M. P.) 2420. 

Crazy revelation. (D.) 960. 

Crazy things. (M. P.) 382. 

Crazy violet. (D.) 3758. 

Creatures of time. (D.) 549. 

Credit for murder. (D.) 4314. 

Crestwood gang. (D.) 3352. 

Crevasse. (D.) 4248. 

Crime at Cold Harbor. (D.) 1211. 

Crime doctor. (D.) 97-100, 550-554, 961-965, 

1626-1628, 2158, 2159, 2669-2672, 3238-3242, 

3759-3762, 4249-4252, 4703-4706, 5475-5480, 

6572-6575. 
Crime doctor. (M. P.) 1340, 1467. 
Crime doctor's courage. (M. P.) 1340. 
Crime doctor's warning. (M. P.) 6181. 
Crime, inc. (M- P.) 1341. 
Crime machine. (D.) 2331. 
Crime on your hands. (D.) 4707. 
Crooked mile. (D.) 4253. 
Cross country tours. (D.) 5481. 
Crossroad. (D.) 4708. 
Crow crazy. (M. P.) 3561. 
Crowded hour. (D.) 6798 (11) 
Crown colony. (D.) 3763. 

Cruise of the make-believes. (M. P.) 6822 (11) 
Cruz de mayo. (D.) 4709. 
Cryin' & singin' the blues. (M. P.) 6182. 
Crystal ball. (D.) 966. 
Csardasfuerstin. (D.) 2745. 
Cuba calling. (M. P.) 5210. 
Culte du devoir. (D.) 6576. 
Cuore latino. (D.) 101. 
Cupid fiddles. (D.) 5482. 
Cupid thumbs his nose. (D.) 967. 
Cupid's puzzle. (M. P.) 888 (10) 
Cupid's roundup. (M. P.) 2552 (5) 
Cure. (D.) 2941. 
Cured duck. (M. P.) 6183. 
Curious impertinent. (D.) 3764. 
Curse of the killer. (M. P.) 4089. 
Customer's viewpoint. (D.) 6577. 
Cutting a short rack. (M. P.) 4125. 
Cutting teeth on a worm gear. (M. P.) 4128. 
Cutting with carbide tools, Pt. 1, Single point. (M. P.). 

5205. 
Cutting with carbide tools, pt. 2, Milling cutters. 

(M. P.) 5206. 
Cycle of creation. (D.) 4254. 
Cycle of spring. (D.) 1310 (4) 
Cyclone Higgins, D. D. (M. P.) 6822 (12) 
Cynthia Parker. (D.) 1629, 3243. 
DDT. (D.) 3765. 
D is for death. (D.) 3429. 
D T's. (D.) 2673. 
Dad's welcome. (D.) 5483. 
Daffy Dills. (D.) 6578. 



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Daffy drill. (M. P.) 828. 
Daffydilly daddy. (M. P.) 5211. 
Dakato. (M. P.) 6184. 
Daltons ride again. (M. P.) 6185. 

Daly doings. (D.) 6579. 

Dame en noir. (D.) 4255, 5484. 

Dame Margery sees too much. (D.) 5485. 

Dan aids the Ranger. (D.) 1118. 

Dance. (D.) 2160. 

Dance, baby, dance. (M. P.) 5212. 

Dance comique. (M. P.) 5213. 

Dance, dunce, dance. (M. P.) 6186. 

Dance your old age away. (M. P.) 829. 

Dancing at the Hotel Incredible. (D.) 3244. 

Dancing blades. (D.) 6495. 

Dancing in Manhattan. (M. P.) 1342. 

Danger game. (M. P.) 6822(13) 

Danger mark. (M. P.) 6490 (14) 

Danger point. (M. P.) 5319. 

Danger ship. (M. P.) 844. 

Danger signal. (M. P.) 6800. 

Danger! Women at work. (M. P.) 6187. 

Dangerous journey. (M. P.) 2421. 

Dangerous partners. (M. P.) 5214. 

Dangerous passage. (M. P.) 1343. 

Dangerous policy. (D.) 3245, 3766-3768. 

Daniels. (D.) 821 (6) 

Danny boy. (D.) 3769. 

Danny boy. (M. P.) 6801. 

Daphne. (D.) 4710, 5486. 

Dark brother. (D.) 2674. 

Dark colors. (D.) 4711. 

Dark corner. (D.) 2675. 

Dark eyes. (M. P.) 383. 

Dark horse. (D.) 3770. 

Dark legend. (D.) 1630. 

Dark magic. (M. P.) 4093. 

Dark meteor. (D.) 1631. 

Dark mother. (D.) 6580. 

Dark shadows. (M. P.) 384. 

Dark waters. (D.) 229. 

Dark waters. (M. P.) 385. 

Dark'ning hours. (D.) 6581. 

Darktown silhouettes. (D.) 968. 

Date with a disc. (D.) 2676, 5487, 5488. 

Date with a WAC. (D.) 1632. 

Date with destiny. (D.) 2161. 

Daughter of France. (M. P.) 3709 (6) 

Daughter of the sun. (D.) 1310 (5), 1971 (3) 

Daughters of men. (D.) 1310 (6) 

Davey's in love. (D.) 3255. 

David & Bathsheba. (D.) 6798 (12) 

David Harding - counterspy. 102-105, 969-976, 
1633-1637, 2162, 2163, 2677-2681, 3246, 3247, 
3771-3776, 4256-4258, 4712-4716, 5489-5493, 
6582, 6583. 

David Harding - international agent. (D.) 977. 

David Harding - international police. (D.) 4259. 

Davy Crockett. (D.) 3248. 

Dawn before tomorrow. (D.) 6584. 

Dawn of better living. (M. P.) 3067. 

Day dawns clear. (D.) 6585. 

Day he returned. (D.) 2164. 

Daybreak. (D.) 555. 

Daybreak. (M. P.) 4627 (6) 

Deacon agrees. (D.) 2241. 

Dead letter office. (D.) 4717. 

Dead man's debt. (D.) 2275. 

Dead or alive. (D.) 2276. 

Dead or alive. (M. P.) 6188. 

Deadfall. (D.) 4260. 

Deadwood Creek. (D.) 5494. 

Dear enemy. (D.) 5495. 



INDEX 



Dear listeners. (D.) 2682. 

Dear Mr. Anthony. (D.) 4261. 

Dear octopus. (M. P.) 3136. 

Dear old Switzerland. (M. P.) 2422. 

Dear professor. (D.) 4718. 

Dear Ruth. (D.) 2165. 

Dear Sir. (M. P.) 5215. 

Death at the studio. (D.) 1871. 

Death at the toll bridge. (D.) 1872. 

Death behind the scenes. (D.) 1870. 

Death by ricochet. (D.) 732. 

Death curve. (M. P.) 5313. 

Death goes to the post. (D.) 1869. 

Death in a decanter. (D.) 306. 

Death in the dark. (M. P.) 4138. 

Death in the darkness. (D.) 5043. 

Death in the gardenroom. (D.) 4262. 

Death in the limelight. (D.) 2683. 

Death is just around the corner. (D.) 744. 

Death of Jedidah. (D.) 5929. 

Death of Josiah. (D.) 5928. 

Death of King Ahaz. (D.) 1915. 

Death of Zebudah. (D.) 5930. 

Death on the dial. (M. P.) 3096. 

Death ray. (D.) 3289. 

Death rises out of the sea. (D.) 5886. 

Death takes the stage. (D.) 5624. 

Death turns the wheel. (M. P.) 2466. 

Death Valley sheriff. (D.) 106-109, 556-559, 978- 

982, 1638-1640, 2166, 2684-2690. 
Death was the patient. (D.) 1641. 
Death watch. (M. P.) 1379. 
Debt of honor. (D.) 1115. 
Debt of honor. (M. P.) 3709 (7) 
Deep are the roots. (D.) 4719. 
Deep laughter. (D.) 3249. 
Deep roots. (D.) 4720. 
Deer of another color. (D.) 5496. 
Defeat. (D.) 1642. 
Defense never rests. (D.) 4263. 
Defi. (D.) 4721. 
Delayed action. (D.) 2167. 
Delightfully dangerous. (M. P.) 2423. 
Delinquent daughters. (M. P.) 6189. 
Demon. (M. P.) 6822 (14) 
Demons judge. (D.) 3250. 
Dent rouge. (D.) 4248. 
Dentist. (M. P.) 4627 (7) 
Derby day. (D.) 983. 
Derrick's dog. (D.) 4892. 
Desert & the sown. (D.) 4264. 
Deserter. (D.) 2256. 
Design for loving. (M„ P.) 2424. 
Designing a pattern for a water-cooled motor 

block. (M. P.) 3124. 
Designing core boxes for a water-cooled motor 

block. (M. P.) 3125. 
Desir attrape par le queue. (D.) 4722. 
Desperate remedies. (D.) 3251. 
Destiny. (M. P.) 1344. 
Destiny takes a holiday. (D.) 5497. 
Destiny's children. (D.) 361, 362. 
Destroyer. (D.) 1886. 
Destry rides again. (D.) 5750. 
Detachment from love. (D.) 984. 
Detect-a-car. (D.) 5498. 
Detect-a-tune program. (D.) 5499. 
Detour. (D.) 110, 560. 
Detour. (M. P.) G190. 
Development & care. (M. P.) 3159. 
Devil dolls. (D.) 4819. 
Devil-stone. (M. P.) 2108 (3) 
Devils die angels. (D.) 4265. 



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Devil's finger. (D.) 1643. 

Devils galore. (D.) 985. 

Devil's pool. (D.) 2265. 

Devil's potatoes. (D.) 1644. 

Devil's wheel. (M. P.) 3709 (8) 

Dexter for President. (D.) 3381. 

Dexter goes nowhere. (D.) 2835. 

Dexter has a birthday. (D.) 1154. 

Dexter, pigeon-fancier. (D.) 2829. 

Diadem of snow. (D.) 821 (7) 

Diagnosis after death. (D.) 2696. 

Dialogue de l'arbre. (D.) 5535. 

Dialogues des vivants. (D.) 2691. 

Dialogues of the living. (D.) 3252. 

Dictator's death. (D.) 3896. 

Dictator's lullaby. (D.) 1645. 

Dieu est innocent. (D.) 4266. 

Dilemma. (D.) 986. 

Dillinger. (m. P.) 1991. 

Dilly Lilly versus Gobbles. (D.) 2692. 

Dime novel. (D.) 561. 

Diner de famille. (D.) 4723. 

Dinner with Henry. (D.) 4267. 

Dinny & the witches. (D.) 562. 

Diode - principles & applications. (M. P.) 3070. 

Diplomacy. (D.) 187. 

Dippy diplomat. (M. P.) 4102. 

Dippy fire department. (D.) 5500. 

Director's lot is not a happy one. (D.) 5501. 

Disappearing corpse. (D.) 1234. 

Disassembling the engine. (M. P.) 6128. 

Discreet madness. (D.) 5502. 

Dish ran away with the spoon. (D.) 4268. 

Dislocated honeymoon. (D.) 4081 (3) 

Disputed passage. (D.) 1767. 

Disputed town. (D.) 4724. 

District of Columbia. (D.) 111. 

Disturbing element. (D.) 4269. 

Divine Child is born. (D.) 5503. 

Divorce. (M. P.) 6191. 

Dixie jamboree. (M. P.) 6192. 

Dixie rhythm. (M. P.) 2425. 

Dizzie lines & laughs, inc. (D.) 4725-4727. 

Do all men complain. (D.) 6586. 

Do the hula. (M. P.) 386. 

Do you know your neighbor. (D.) 4728. 

Do you remember. (M. P.) 4554. 

Dobie deadline. (D.) 4387. 

Doc Robbins' mosquitos. (D.) 4883. 

Docks of New York. (M. P.) 1992. 

Docteur Pons. (D.) 4729. 

Doctor. (M. P.) 2108 (7) 

Dr. Christian. (D.) 112-117, 563-567, 987-990, 
1646-1650, 2168, 2169, 2693-2697, 3253-3255, 
3777-3779, 4270-4273, 4730-4736, 5504-5510, 
6587. 

Dr. Christian awards winners for 1945. (D.) 
3254. 

Dr. Damrau's true stories. (D.) 2170. 

Doctor Donovan. (D.) 6678. 

Doctor Finnestaire's obsession. (D.) 4683. 

Doctor of laughter & smiles program. (D.) 1651. 

Doctor of laughter & smiles program. See also 
Samuel Marko, doctor of laughter & smiles pro- 
gram. 

Doctor of painting. (M. P.) 6193. 

Dr. Ranyall. (D.) 118. 

Doctor Sherlock. (D.) 119. 

Dr. Socrates, the atom smasher. (D.) 4274. 

Dr. Theodor. (D.) 2171. 

Doctor's conscience. (D.) 2698. 

Doctor's order. (D.) 119-121. 

Doctor's wife. (D.) 991, 4275. 



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Dodging a million. (M. P.) 6490 (15) 

Dog. (D.) 375 (2) 

Dog, cat & canary. (M. P.) 1345. 

Dog-head nugget. (D.) 6537. 

Dog team race. (D.) 6544. 

Dogwatch. (M. P.) 1993. 

Dogs, cats & people. (D.) 568. 

Dogs for show. (M. P.) 387. 

Dog's life. (M. P.) 4627 (8) 

Doing our bit. (M. P.) 6822 (15) 

Doll theatre. (D.) 569. 

Doll's house. (M. P.) 5369 (9) 

Dolly the dealer. (D.) 1111. 

Dolorous Stella. (D.) 4276. 

Don de jeunesse. (D.) 4737. 

Don Juan. (D.) 4738. 

Don Juan Quilligan. (M. P.) 3562. 

Don Juan Tenorio. (D.) 2172. 

Don Morgan & the Cossacks. (D.) 2699. 

Dona Marina. (D.) 4277. 

Donald's crime. (M. P.) 1994. 

Donald's off day. (M. P.) 1346. 

Donde las dan. (D.) 3780. 

Donovan. (D.) 5704. 

Don't be late. (M. P.) 2426. 

Don't believe them. (D.) 4278. 

Don't blame me. (M. P.) 1347. 

Don't fence me in. (M. P.) 5216. 

Don't lie to your wife. (D.) 2700. 

Don't squeeza da banana. (M.P.) 4555. 

Doom downgrade. (M. P.) 5315. 

Door. (D.) 570. 

Doors. (D.) 1652. 

Dorothy's neighbors. (D.) 821 ffi) 

Dottie Dotson. (D.) 1912. 

Dotty & Mike arrive at their friends. (D.) 4739. 

Dotty & Mike land at Le Bourget. (D.) 6588. 

Double action. (D.) 3781. 

Double-cross backfires. (M. P.) 4094. 

Double, double trouble. (D.) 4740. 

Double eagle. (M. P.) 3563. 

Double exposure. (D.) 821 (9) 

Double exposure. (M. P.) 1348. 

Double honeymoon. (M. P.) 6194. 

Double ram vertical surface broaching. (M. P.) 

2036. 
Double secret. (D.) 992. 
Doublecross. (D.) 1716, 5511. 
Doubtful dollars. (M. P.) 3068. 
Doughnut girl. (D.) 993. 
Down pops the double. (D.) 122. 
Down the fairway. (M. P.) 3564. 
Draft no. 258. (M. P.) 3709 (9), 5369 (10) 
Draftee Daffy. (M. P.) 1349. 
Dragged under. (M. P.) 1382. 
Dragon, a hero & a king. (D.) 5512. 
Dragon's den. (M. P.) 888 (7) 
Dramatic works of Gerhart Hauptmann. (D.) 

6798 (13) 
Drawbridge danger. (M. P.) 3093. 
Dream came true. (M. P.) 1995. 
Dream girl. (D.) 3256, 4741. 
Dream girl. (M. P.) 3176 (1) 
Dream house forum. (D.) 6589. 
Dream maker. (D.) 571. 
Dream on, dreamer. (D.) 5134. 
Dream stuff. (D.) 5553. 
Dreamer. (D.) 1653. 
Drill press. (M. P.) 3587. 
Dropping floor. (M. P.) 5318. 
Drumbeats of American history. (D.) 123. 
Drums in the night. (D.) 5513. 
Drums of Haiti. (D.) 2173. 



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nos. 1-12, 1945 

Drunkard. (D.) 2701. 

Dry bones. (M. P.) 2427. 

Du sang dans les tenebres. (D.) 4742. 

Dual personality. (D.) 5514. 

Duchess. (D.) 4279. 

Duchess of doubt. (M. P.) 3176 (6) 

Duchess of Malfi. (D.) 5515. 

Duck pimples. (M. P.) 6195. 

Duckling. (D.) 3257. 

Ducks out on parade. (D.) 572. 

Duel to the death. (D.) 2255. 

Duet for two hands. (D.) 5516. 

Duet in limbo. (D.) 2702. 

Duffy's tavern. (M. P.) 5217. 

Duke & Cupid. (D.) 1654. 

Dunnigan's daughter. (D.) 5517. 

Dunninger miracle revue. (D.) 1794. 

Durandal. (D.) 4280. 

Dynamic art. (D.) 573. 

Dynamite! Handle with care ! (D.) 5518. 

Dyspeptic enjoys his dinner. (D.) 5519. 

E. S. F. (D.) 574. 

E-Z-OFF. (D.) 5520. 

Each to his own kind. (D.) 5521. 

Eagle's quarry. (D.) 124. 

Earl & the oyster. (D.) 6590. 

Earl Carroll vanities. (M. P.) 1996. 

Earl of Pawtucket. (D.) 4081 (4) 

Early candlelight. (D.) 575. 

Early strawberry. (D.) 3258. 

East Hampton. (D.) 1655. 

Easter in Bethany. (D.) 994. 

Easter lillies. (D.) 6591. 

Easter promise. (D.) 995. 

Easter revelation. (D.) 576. 

Easter shoes. (D.) 577. 

Eastward in Eden. (D.) 1656, 

Easy does it. (D.) 1657. 

Easy money. (D.) 1658. 

Easy programs for Christmas. (D.) 5522. 

Easy swing time novelties. (D.) 5523. 

Easy to look at. (M. P.) 5218. 

Echo of a crime. (D.) 3259. 

Ecstasy beyond. (D.) 3260. 

Eddie Bracken story. (D.) 1659, 2703-2715. 

Edelweiss hourglass. (D.) 4743. 

Edge of doom. (M. P.) 4132. 

Editor decides. (D.) 5524. 

Education triumphant. (D.) 996. 

Egg in your beer. (D.) 578. 

Egg-yegg. (M. P.) 5219. 

Egypt. (M. P.) 3176 (5) 

Eight cousins. (D.) 579. 

18 Washington square, South. (D.) 580. 

Eighty minutes to the hour. (D.) 6592. 

El ha-aretz ha-muvtachoh. (D.) 125. 

Electrical circuit faults. (M. P.) 5222. 

Electrical work, electrical machinery. (M. P.) 

5220, 5221. 
Electrical work, wiring. (M. P.) 1350, 1351, 

5222-5232. 
Electrocuted. (M. P.) 1407. 
Electron - an introduction. (M. P.) 1997. 
Elements of hardening. (M. P.) 4103. 
Elements of surface hardening. (M. P.) 4104. 
Elements of tempering, normalizing & annealing. 

(M. P.) 4105. 
Eleven more months. (M. P.) 1352. 
Eleventh hour. (D.) 2174. 
Elim. (D.) 997. 

Elizabeth's young man. (D.) 1671 (4) 
Eloise. (D.) 821 (10) 
Emanu-el, God is with us. (D.) 5533. 



INDEX 



Embezzled heaven. (D.) 1660. 

Emeralds & chemicals. (D.) 5525. 

Emily Bronte. (D.) 4744. 

Emir & the merchant. (D.) 4281. 

Emmeline. (D.) 2716. 

Emperor's new clothes. (D.) 3261. 

Empire state. (M. P„) 4556. 

En el nombre del padre. (D.) 4745. 

Enchanted cottage. (M. P.) 3069. 

Enchanted forest. (M. P.) 6196. 

Enchanted garden. (D.) 5526. 

Enchanted star. (D.) 2175. 

Enchantment. (D.) 581. 

End of the pier. (D.) 3782. 

End of the rainbow -right. (D.) 5527. 

End of the tour. (M. P.) 888 (6) 

Endless caravan. (D.) 4746. 

Enemy of the law. (M. P.) 6197. 

Enfant de l'autre. (D.) 4282, 5528. 

Engine assembly. (M. P.) 5191. 

Engine change, installation. (NL, P.) 5179. 

Engine change, removal. (M. P.) 5180. 

Engine tests & tune up. (M. P.) 5193. 

Engineering. (M. P.) 2428, 2429. 

Engineering, electronics. (M. P.) 1997, 3070. 

Engineering, heat treatment of steel. (M. P.) 

4103-4105. 
Engineering powder metallurgy. (M. P.) 6198, 6199. 
Enoch Eaton - demented detective. (D.) 998. 
Enter Joan. (D.) G798 (14) 
Enter the hero. (D.) 6798 (15) 
Entr'acte. (D.) 126. 
Epousez nous, Monsieur. (D.) 4283. 
'Ere comes Hemmeline. (D.) 5529. 
Escape. (D.) 6554. 
Escape. (M. P.) 2552 (8) 
Escape from death. (M. P.) 4087. 
Escape in the desert. (M. P.) 3071. 
Escape in the fog. (M. P.) 3072. 
Escape time. (D.) 5530. 
Escort trouble. (D.) 4747. 
Esther's Persian lamb. (D.) 4. 
Eternal flame. (D.) 5531. 
Eternal hussy. (D.) 4284. 
Eternal light. (D.) 127, 5532-5534. 
Eternal mother. (M. P.) 5369 (11) 
Eternal temptress. (M. P.) 2108 (4) 
Eupalinos. (D.) 5535. 
Eve Flanery. (D.) 3783, 3784. 
Eve got by. (D.) 582. 
Eve knew her apples. (M. P.) 3073. 
Even in your hearts. (D.) 5536. 
Even of your lusts. (D.) 583. 
Ever in remembrance. (D.) 2717. 
Ever since Venus. (M. P.) 1353. 
Everard. (D.) 4748. 
Evergreen playland. (M. P.) 2430. 
Every family. (D.) 5537. 
Everygirl's experience. (D.) 3529 (5) 
Everything. (D.) 6798 (16) 
Eve's daughter. (M. P.) 3709 (10) 
Evidence on hand. (D.) 5589. 
Evlyn Simmers. (D.) 128. 
Exact mathematical determination of the molecular 

composition of water. (D.) 129. 
Exalted manikin. (D.) 4285. 
Examination. (D.) 130. 
Exciting day. (D.) 3262. 
Exclusive story. (D.) 1690, 2176. 
Execution chamber. (M. P.) 1380. 
Exercise in horror. (D.) 2718. 
Exiles. (D.) 6798 (17) 
Exiles in arms. (D.) 5538. 



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INDEX 



Experiment perilous. (M. P.) 1354. 

Expiation. (D.) 3385. 

Ex-ranger. (D.) 5726. 

Eye for an eye. (D.) 733. 

Eyes have it. (M. P.) 1998. 

Eyes of mystery. (M. P.) 6490 (16) 

Eyes of Texas. (D.) 5539. 

F. O. B. crime. (D.) 2266. 

Fable for victory. (D.) 584. 

Fabulous quidnunc. (D.) 3785. 

Face in the dark. (M. P.) 6822 (16) 

Face of death. (D.) 1233. 

Face planing uneven surfaces. (M. P.) 1451. 

Face turning a collar. (M. P.) 1458. 

Face value. (D.) 999. 

Faces in the fog. (M. P.) 1355. 

Facing the future. (D.) 585. 

Factory facts & bedroom fancies. (D.) 1000. 

Factory of death. (D.) 4463. 

Facts about your future . (D.) 131. 

Facts of life. (M. P.) 3565. 

Fade parallel system & the close in procedure. 

(M. P.) 2450. 
Faint pursuit of knowledge. (D.) 2154. 
Fair barbarian. (M. P.) 2108(5) 
Fair counsellors. (D.) 5540. 
Fair exchange. (D.) 4286. 
Fair maid of Elizondo. (D.) 339. 
Fair pretender. (M. P.) 6822 (17) 
Faith, hope & no charity. (D.) 1806. 
Faith in God. (D.) 3991. 
Faithless three. (D.) 4397. 
Falcon in Hollywood. (M. P.) 3074. 
Falcon in San Francisco. (M. P.) 6200. 
Fall guy. (D.) 4315. 
Fall guy. (M. P.) 2431. 
Fall of Haman. (D.) 3786. 
Fall of Judah. (D.) 5921. 
Fall of women. (D.) 586. 
Fallen angel. (M. P.) 6490 (17) 
Fallen bridges. (D.) 1661, 2177. 
Fame & fortune. (M. P.) 6822 (18) 
Family Nagashi. (D.) 4749. 
Famine & the ghost. (D.) 6798 (18) 
Famous ten. (D.) 587. 
Fan fan. (M. P.) 6822 (19) 
Fanfare. (M. P.) 3566. 
Fandango. (D.) 2178. 
Fanfare. (D.) 588. 
Fang. (D.) 4287. 
Fantastic holiday. (D.) 2719. 
Fantastic Mr. Bottomley. (D.) 1001. 
Fantasy of life. (D.) 4288. 
Farceur. (D.) 4289, 4290. 
Fare enough. (D.) 4750. 
Fare thee well. (M. P.) 3567. 
Farm work, equipment maintenance. (M. P.) 1356- 

1358. 
Farm work, forging. (M. P.) 6201-6203. 
Farm work, livestock. (M„ P.) 1999. 
Farm work, painting. (M. P.) 1359. 
Farther off from heaven. (D.) 3787. 
Fashion model. (M. P.) 6204. 
Fashions for tomorrow. (M. P.) 6802. 
Fat man. (D.) 5541. 
Fatal masquerade. (M„ P.) 3594. 
Fatal plunge. (M. P.) 430. 
Fatal search. (M. P.) 4134. 
Fatal witness. (M. P.) 4106. 
Fateful night. (D.) 2179. 
Father didn't bother. (D.) 5542. 
Father in the house. (D.) 4291. 
Father's bargain day. (D.) 589. 



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Father's day. (D.) 2836. 

Fats Waller medley. (M. P.) 1360. 

Faultless detective. (D.) 5543. 

Fausse-route. (D.) 4751. 

Faust. (M. P.) 2432. 

Faust in Queens. (D.) 3788. 

Fauve. (D.) 4752. 

Favorite playtime. (D.) 4292. 

Fears end. (D.) 5544. 

Feather in the wind. (D.) 3789. 

Feather your nest. (M. P.) 2000. 

Federal operator 99. (M. P.) 3568, 5233. 

Federigo. (D.) 4753. 

Fedora. (M. P.) 6490 (18) 

Feed bag. (D.) 1002. 

Feeding the patient. (M. P.) 440. 

Feeling no pain. (D.) 1003. 

Fence & frenzy. (D.) 1004. 

Fiances du Havre. (D.) 4754. 

Fibber McGee & Molly. (D.) 132-134, 590, 591, 

1005, 1662-1668, 2180-2186, 2720-2727, 3263, 

5545-5549, 6593-6595. 
Fiddle voyage. (M. P.) 3569. 
Fidele jusqu'an bout. (D.) 4755. 
Fields of honor. (M. P.) 6490 (19) 
Fiend in disguise. (M. P.) 4136. 
Fiesta time. (M. P.) 6205. 
Fifth condemned man, no. 3. (D.) 5732. 
Fifth freedom. (D.) 135. 
Fifth wife. (D.) 4756. 

Fifty hour inspection P-63. (M. P.) 6206-6208. 
Fight is always. (D.) 136. 
Fighting Bill Carson. (M. P.) 6209. 
Fighting guardsman. (M. P.) 3075. 
Fighting lady. (M. P.) 2433. 
Fighting odds. (M. P.) 5369 (12) 
Fighting with blood & death. (D.) 2187. 
Filly for Larry. (D.) 6596. 
Film de Bethanie. (D.) 4757. 
Film memos. (M. P.) 3076. 
Film vodvil. (M. P.) 2001, 2002, 2434, 6210. 
Fils de personne. (D.) 4758. 
Final decree. (D.) 1669. 
Financial background for the resumption of post 

war production. (M. P.) 6211. 
Find the woman. (D.) 6798 (19) 
Finders keepers. (D.) 2728. 
Finding the eternal. (D.) 2188. 
Finger of death. (D.) 5723. 
Finney's promise. (D.) 1117. 
Fiorella. (D.) 1670. 
Fire from heaven. (D.) 1671. 
Fire god. (D.) 5625. 
Fire in the parlor. (D.) 1006. 
Fire Island. (D„) 1672. 
Fire-prince. (D.) 2401 (2), 3034 (4) 
Firebrand. (D.) 2189. 
Firebrand. (M. P.) 5369 (13) 
Firebrand of Florence. 2189. 
Firefly of France. (M. P.) 5369 (14) 
Firewater. (D.) 2248. 
First affair. (D.) 3891. 
First aiders. (M. P.) 1361. 
First drink. (D.) 6597. 
First nighter. 5550-5553, 8598-6600. 
First twelve years. (D.) 592. 
First woman. (D.) 2673. 
First Yank in Tokyo. (M. P.) 6212. 
First year. (D.) 5554. 
Fisherman's luck. (M. P.) 6225. 
Five day furlough. (D.) 563. 
Five day pass. (D.) 1031. 
Five favorite folk plays. (D.) 5555. 



232 



nos. 1-12, 1945 

Five millionth. (D.) 2881. 

Five salted peanuts. (M. P.) 6213. 

Five somewhat historical plays. (D.) 6798 (20) 

$5000 reward. (D.) 3357. 

Flame cultivation with the sizz-weeder. (M P ) 
4107. 

Flame in the mist. (D.) 1007. 

Flame of Barbary coast. (M. P.) 2435. 

Flame of China. (D.) 3790. 

Flame of the west. (M. P.) 6214. 

Flame that leaps. (D.) 137. 

Flames of fate. (M. P.) 4133. 

Flames that were Lydia. (D.) 2190. 

Flaming bullets. (M. P.) 6215. 

Flaming havoc. (M. P.) 1406. 

Flaming inferno. (M. P.) 427. 

Flaming mountain. (M. P.) 841. 

Flaming torch. (D.) 4759. 

Flamingo road. (D.) 1008. 

Flare of dreams. (D.) 4293. 

Flat & a sharp. (D.) 1009. 

Flight command. (D.) 1010. 

Flight from destiny. (D.) 5556. 

Flight into the blue. (D.) 3791. 

Flight nurse. (D.) 1673. 

Flirting husbands. (D.) 593. 

Flirty birdy. (M. P.) 5234. 

Flivver flying. (M. P.) 4108. 

Flo joins the P. T. A. (D.) 5557. 

Floodlight murder. (M. P.) 5314. 

Floor below. (M. P.) 6490(20) 

Flora Macdonald, preserver of Prince Charles. 

(D.) 2729. 
Florabelle's adventure. (D.) 1572. 
Flower girl. (D.) 594. 

Flue gas analysis, orsat apparatus. (M. P.) 2428. 
Flugel street, 1945. (D.) 1011. 
Flying carpet. (D.) 3264. 
Flying the P-39. (M. P.) 6216. 
Fog Island. (M. P.) 6217. 
Follies of the day: presenting, Polly's going up. 

(D.) 6798 (21) 
Following yonder star. (D.) 5558. 
Foo a little bally -hoo. (M. P.) 5235. 
Fool's paradise. (D.) 2730, 3265, 6601. 
Fools rush in. (D.) 138. 
Foot. (D.) 1674. 
Foot locker serenade. (D.) 139. 
Football thrills of 1944. (M. P.) 6218. 
Footnotes to history. (D.) 2731. 
Footsteps following. (D.) 5559. 
Footsteps in the sea. (D.) 2191. 
For better or nurse. (M. P.) 6219. 
For freedom's sake. (D.) 4760. 
For heaven's sake mother. (D.) 2732. 
For his country. (D.) 5560. 
For liberty. (M. P.) 2108 (6) 
For love or money. 2192. 

For our vines have tender grapes. (M. P.) 4603. 
For the duration only. (D.) 3266. 
For the life of Riley. (R.) 1012. 
For the love of Mike. (D.) 2733, 5561. 
For the world of tomorrow. (D.) 3792. 
For those we love. (D.) 4294. 
For what we live. (D.) 2734. 
For whom the bell tolls. (D.) 1133. 
For whom the bell tolls. (M. P.) 1362. 
For whom the telephone rings. (D.) 4295. 
Forbid them not. (D.) 2735. 
Forbidden path. (M. P.) 3176 (7) 
Forbidden paths. (M. P.) 499 (6) 
Foreign relations. (D.) 1675. 
Forever & a draft board. (D.) 595. 



INDEX 



Forever is now. (D.) 2736. 

Forever yours. (M. P.) 1363. 

Forge welding. (M. P.) 6202. 

Forget me not Pauline. (D.) 5562. 

Forging with a hand forge. (M. P.) 6201. 

Formula for love. (D.) 2737. 

Fortune & men's eyes. (D.) 375 (3) 

Fortune teller. (D.) 3267. 

Forty-five plus. (D.) 1676. 

Forty thousand volts. (M. P.) 4140. 

Forza del destine (D.) 596. 

Foster brother. (D.) 6674. 

Foundry practice, bench molding. (M. P.) 2003- 

2010. 
Foundry practice, floor molding. (M. P.) 2008- 

2010, 2436, 2437. 
Four chairs & a davenport. (D.) 6602. 
Four cornered triangle. (D.) 1677. 
Four friends. (D.) 4761. 
Four giants of Amsterdam. (D.) 6746. 
Four hands around. (D.) 5563. 
400 years in 4 minutes. (M. P.) 6220. 
Four letter man. (D.) 660?. 
Four rings for Kitty. (D.) 140. 
Four rings of death. (D.) 1213. 
Four seasons. (D.) 1678. 
Fourteen radio plays. (D.) 2738. 
Fox & the duck. (M. P.) 6121. 
Foxhole in the parlor. (D.) 2193. 
Fracture of humerus involving radial nerve. (M. P.) 

388. 
Fragile web. (D.) 2739. 
Frame-up. (D.) 3291. 
Frame-up that backfired. (D.) 4318. 
Framed out of trouble. (D.) 4391. 
Frances Wayne. (D.) 1911. 

Frank Sinatra program. (D.) 141-145, 1013, 1014. 
Fraternally yours. (D.) 1015. 
FrauX. (D.) 3970. 
Freak of nature. (D.) 1016. 
Freaks. (D.) 3529 (6) 
Free will hour. (D.) 3793. 
Free woman. (D.) 821. (11) 
Freedom forever. (D.) 1017. 
Freedom road. (D.) 597. 
Freedom's holy light. (D.) 598. 
Freeing the kidney & ureter & suspending the kidney. 

(M. P.) 389. 
French campaign, 1944. (M. P.) 3077. 
French lesson no. 5. (D.) 4739. 
Frenchman's Creek. (M. P.) 390. 
Fresh airedale. (M. P.) 5236. 
Friend of yours. (M. P.) 5237. 
Friendly enemies. (D.) 2401 (3) 
Friendly service. (D.) 6604. 
Friends, Romans & relatives. (D.) 4296. 
Frisco Sal. (M. P.) 1364. 
Frisco spree. (D.) 6605. 
Frog Prince. (D.) 3268. 
From Adam till now. (D.) 599. 
From deep within. (D.) 989. 
From Dusk to dawn. (D.) 600. 
From hunger. (D.) 3269. 
From the dead. (D.) 6798 (22) 
From the Great Beyond. (D.) 2246. 
From the life. (D.) 601. 
From the witness stand. (D.) 5564-5566. 
Front door to paradise. (D.) 4762. 
Front line artists. (M. P.) 6221. 
Front porch. (D.) 602. 
Frontier days. (M. P.) 6803. 
Frontier feud. (M. P.) 6222. 



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Frontier fugitives. (M. P.) 6223. 

Frontier outlaws. (M. P.) 6224. 

Fruhstuck beim feldmarschall. (D.) 1679. 

Fruit salad. (D.) 2751. 

Fuga de la muerte. (D.) 2740. 

Fugitive. (D.) 114,1018. 

Fugitives. (D.) 2600. 

Full moon. (D.) 1680. 

Fun in the family. (D.) 2741. 

Fun with a Hun. (D.) 4763. 

Furlough. (D.) 4297, 4298. 

Fury grows a flower. (D.) 5567. 

Futurama. (D.) 603. 

Fuzzy wuzzy. (M. P.) 2011. 

G. I. honeymoon. (M. P.) 2012. 

G. I. Joe. (M. P.) 4109. 

G. I. Joe, civilian. (D.) 4764. 

G. I. Mikado. (D.) 4765. 

G. I. sweetheart. (D.) 1019. 

Gabriel. (D.) 3270. 

Gabriel, blow your horn. (D.) 2742. 

Gabriel Churchkitten. (M. P.) 2013. 

Gabriel Heatter reporting. (M. P.) 5238. 

Gage blocks & accessories. (M. P.) 2038. 

Gallopin' grandma. (D.) 4766. 

Gallows threat. (D.) 6673. 

Game bag. (M. P.) 2014. 

Gandy Goose in Fisherman's luck. (M. P.) 6225. 

Gandy Goose in Mother Goose nightmare. (M. P.) 

6226. 
Gandy Goose in Post war inventions. (M. P.) 3570. 
Gandy s dream girl. (M. P.) 3571. 
Gang busters. (D.) 146-149, 4767-4770, 5568-5571, 

6606-6608. 
Gang's all here. (D.) 4299. 
Gangs of the waterfront. (M. P.) 3572. 
Gangsters den. (M. P.) 6227. 
Gangsters of the frontier. (M. P.) 6228. 
Gas logic. (M. P.) 6490 (21) 
Gass family. (D.) 1020. 
Gaston Olaf. (M. P.) 5369 (2) 
Gateway to Valhalla. (D.) 5572. 
Gauntlet. (D.) 1681. 
Gay Lothario. (D.) 1310 (7) 
Gay rendezvous, (D.) 2194. 
Gay Rosalinda. (D.) 4300. 
Gay Sam Andrew kissed the bride. (D.) 6609. 
Gay senorita. (M. P.) 4110. 
General. (D.) 2695. 
General motors institute. (M. P.) 2438. 
General motors, 16-278-A. (M. P.) 2439. 
Genesis Island. (D.) 1682. 
Gentle Annie. (M. P.) 391. 
Gentle genius. (D.) 1683. 
Gentleman caller. (D.) 1022. 
Gentleman from Julesburg. (D.) 5717. 
Gentleman of mystery. (D.) 2694. 
Gentlemen, your wife. (D.) 150. 
Gentler flame. (D.) 4335. 
Gentler sex. (D.) 2195. 
George Washington Jenks. (D.) 988. 
George White's scandals. (M. P.) 6229. 
Georgie & a psalm of David. (D.) 151. 
Georgie meets E avid & Goliath. (D.) 604. 
Gerechtigkeit, gerechtigkeit. (D.) 1.84. 
Germaine. (D.) 4771. 
Get out of this one. (D.) 4772. 
Getting Gertie's garter. (M. P.) 6230. 
Getting Ma Gibbs married. (D.) 2297. 
Ghost & the guest. (M. P.) 6231. 
Ghost car. (D.) 4816. 
Ghost of Don Pedro. (D.) 5622. 
Ghost of Eddie Samuels. (D.) 2254. 
Ghost on horseback. (D.) 320. 
Ghost walks. (M. P.) 3055. 
Ghost who forgot Halloween. (D.) 5623. 
Ghosts never blush. (D.) 5573. 
Gideon. (D.) 6610. 
Gideon's party night. (D.) 5710. 
Gift chest. (D.) 2743. 
Gift of laughter, (D.) 2744. 
Gifts 'or youth. (D.) 1685. 
Ginevra. (D.) 5574. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 






Gipsy princess. (D.) 2745. 

Girl from Lorraine. (D.) 1686. 

Girl from Missouri. (D.) 4301. 

Girl from Nantucket. (D.) 2196. 

Girl from New York. (D.) 1021. 

Girl in blue. (D.) 3271. 

Girl of the Limberlost. (M. P.) 6232. 

Girl scouts also serve. (D.) 6611. 

Girl who came back. (M. P.) 6822 (20) 

Girl who cried wolf. (D.) 605. 

Girl with dreamy eyes. (D.) 3272. 

Girl with the champagne eyes. (M. P.) 3709 (11) 

Girl without a soul. (M. P.) 3709 (12) 

Girls -de -looks. (D.) 6798 (23) 

Girls life screen review. (M. P.) 6822 (21) 

Girls of the big house. (M. P.) 5239. 

Girls over here. (D.) 6798 (24) 

Girls preferred. (M. P.) 2440. 

Gismo. (D.) 5575. 

Gismonda. (M. P.) 5369 (19) 

Glad forest. (D.) 6612. 

Glamor in sports. (M. P.) 392. 

Glamour by radio. (D.) 2746. 

Glass bowl. (D.) 5576. 

Glass menagerie. (D.) 1022, 3794. 

Glimpse divine. (D.) 4302. 

Glochenspiel. (D.) 4773. 

Glorious. (D.) 2197. 

Glorious girl. (D.) 1023. 

Glorious victory. (D.) 2747. 

Glory from the attic. (D.) 3795. 

Goat. (M. P.) 6822 (22) 

God & the doctor. (D.) 152. 

God is my co-pilot. (M. P.) 2015. 

God of recreation. (M. P.) 6804. 

God-of-luck. (D.) 5590. 

God of the mountain. (D.) 6545. 

God plays His game. (D.) 3273. 

God turns His face away. (D.) 1687. 

Godey's ladies. (D.) 4774. 

God f s law & man's. (M. P.) 3176 (8) 

Going, going, gone. (D.) 5577. 

Going my way. (M. P.) 5240. 

Going together. (D.) 3796. 

Going up. (D.) 821 (12). 1971 (5) 

Gold cache. (M. P.) 4088. 

Gold is where you lose it. (M. P.) 1365. 

Gold is where you make it. (D.) 4303. 

Golden ball. (D.) 5578. 

Golden bells. (D.) 987. 

Golden horseshoe. (D.) 6613. 

Golden hunch. (M. P.) 6233. 

Golden link. (D.) 2230. 

Golden plume. (D.) 1024. 

Golden years. (D.) 6614. 

Goldilocks meets the Bears. (D.) 4304. 

Good customer relations. (D.) 3797. 

Good for nothing husband. (D.) 1971 (6) 

Good morning at Lamerio's. (D.) 4775. 

Good night nurse. (M. P.) 6490 (22) 

Good old corn. (M. P.) 6805. 

Goodbye Eve - we love you. (D.) 6615. 

Goodbye for now. (D.) 4776. 

Goodbye Lynwood hall. (D.) 5579. 

Goodbye, my love. (D.) 4777. 

Goof from Gopher Gulch. (D.) 4305. 

Goofy news views. (M. P.) 5241. 

Gordon's daughter. (D.) 4306. 

Gorilla at large. (M. Pj 4143. 

Got no time. 1M. P.) 5242. 

Gotta be this or that. (M. P.) 5243. 

Gottversucher. (D.) 3274. 

Government agent. (D.) 153. 

Governor s wife. (D.) 6120 (4) 

Gracie Fields show. (D.) 1025-1027. 

Grade A. (D.) 1688. 

Graduate's seven guides. (D.) 1028. - 

Grand hotel. (D.) 606-610,1029-1031,1689-1692,2198. 

2748-2751, 3275-3277, 3798-3800, 4307-4309, 4778, 4779. 
Grand slam. '(D.) 2752.' ' 

Grande fille toute simple. (D.) * 310 - 
Grande nuit de Merlin (D) ^80 
Grandma & Sears, Roebuck. (D.) 2753. 
Grandpa & the statue. (D.) 1693. 
Grandpa,gets his back uP^lP-L 4 ,? 81 - 
Grandpa's lucky dollar. (D.) 3801. 



234 



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Granny Maumee. (D.) 1310 (8) 

Grave laughter. (M. P.) 6234. 

Graveyard at sea. (D.) 1032. 

Great American mug. (M. P.) 5244. 

Great Caesar s ghost. (D.) 2754. 

Great conversationalist. (D.) 1694. 

Great detective. (D.) 1039. 

Great Flamarion. (M. P.) 2016. 

Great Gildersleeve. (D.) 154-156,611,612,1033, 
1034, 1695-1700, 2199-2204, 2755-2757, 3278- 
3284, 4782-4786. 5580-5582, 6616-6619. 

Great highway. (D.) 2758. 

Great John L. (M. P.) 3573. 

Great lady. (D.) 6620. 

Great Markus. (D.) 613. 

Great Mike. (M. P.) 6235. 

Great moments with Mephisto. (D.) 3285. 



INDEX 



Great reality. (D.) 32_86. 
Great refusal. (DJ 



5583. 



Great secret. (M. P.) 888 (7-12), 2552 (6-9), 3176 (9- 

Great stagecoach robbery. (M. P.) 2017. 

Great symphony. (D.) 157. 

Greatest of these. (D.) 614-618, 1035, 1036, 1701- 

1705, 3287-3299, 3802, 4311, 4787, 5584. 
Greatest power. (M. P.) 3176 (12) 
Greatest thing. (D.) 3803. 
Greek or Troian. (D.) 5585. 
Green case. (D.) 1706. 
Green Hornet. 158-160, 1037-1042, 1707-1719, 

2759, 3300-3306, 4312-4320, 5586-5590, 6621-6623. 
Green laughter. (D.) 619. 
Green line. (M. P.) 414. 
Green scarab. (D.) 5591. 
Green shutters. (D.) 1043. 
Greener grass. (D.) 5592. 
Greeting. (D.) 2760. 
Grinding a parallel bar, pt. 1: Setting up the machine. 

(M. P.) 6279. 
Grinding a parallel bar, pt. 2: Grinding operations. 

(M. P.) 6280. 
Grinding a template. (M. P.) 6281. 
Grinding a V block. (M. P.) 6282. 
Grinding multiple -point carbide tools. (M. P.) 5204. 
Grinding single-point carbide tools. (M. P.) 5203. 
Grinding thin discs. (M. P.) 6283. 
Gringalet. (D.) 4788. 
Grissly s millions. (D.) 1769. 
Grissly's millions. (M. P.) 830. 
Groom said no. (D.) 4789, 5593. 
Growing up pains. (D.) 1155. 
Gruesome twosome, (m. P.) 3078. 
Guarantee Jackson. (D.) 2242. 
Guardian angel. (D.) 1720. 
Guards up. (D.) 161. 
Guest flag. (D.) 1108. 
Guest in the house. (M. P.) 393. 
Guest of honor. (D.) 6634. 
Guest pests. (M. P.) 5245. 
Guest wife. (M. P.) 4557. 
Guests came late. (D.) 3804. 
Guiding hand. (D.) 5594. 
Guiding light. (D.) 3307. 
Guilt for hire. (D.) 5712. 
Guilty hands. (D.) 4400. 
Guimo. (D.) 2761. 
Guinea pigs. (D.) 162. 
Gum beat. (D.) 2205. 
Gun in hand. (M. P.) 5246. 
Gun-magic. (D.) 2232. 
Gun smoke. (M. P.) 394. 
Gunfire. (D.) 4081 (5) 
Gunnar writes the peace. (D.) 6625. 
Guy, a gal & a pal. (M. P.) 3079. 
Guy who says let's go dutch. (D.) 3499. 
Gypsy holiday. (D.) 3308. 
Gypsy life. (M. P.) 4571. 
Gypsy trail. (M. P.) 6822 (23) 
Habana antiqua. (D.) 3309. 
Hagarsville heritage. (D.) 4790. 
Hail, hail. (D.) 2206. 
Hair today— gone tomorrow. (D.) 3310. 
Half his age plus seven. (D.) 620. 
Hallmark Charlotte Greenwood show. D. 3805- 

3815.4321-4323., 4791-4797,5595-5599, 6626-6629 
Hallowe'en. (D.) 3816. 



Ham never dies. (D.) 2762. 
Hamburger, incorporated. (D.) 621. 
Hamburger, with onions. (D.) 163. 
Hamburgers with shoes. (D.) 4324. 
Hamilton. (D.) 6120 (5) 
Hamlet, '45. (D.) 4798. 
Hamlet, prince of Denmark. (D.) 3817. 
Hamlet, prince of Denmark, The tragedy of. (D.) 

6120 (6) 
Hammer. (D.) 1721. 

Hamutal & Josiah are married. (D.) 5931. 
Hamutal meets the king. (D.) 5932. 
Hand in glove. (D.) 164. 
Hand soldering. (M. P.) 1972. 
Handwriting on the wall. (D.) 4799. 
Handy Henry. (M. P.) 2552 (10) 
Hanging paperhanger. (D.) 3953. 
Hangover square. (M. P.) 2441. 
Hanky comes home. (D.) 165. 
Hapach hakoton. (D.) 4800. 
Happiest Christmas. (D.) 5600. 
Happiness ahead. (D.) 4325. 
Happy batchelor. (D.) 4801. 
Happy birthday, Mr. Whiffle. (D.) 1722. 
Happy birthday to you. (D.) 6630. 
Happy day. mom. (D.) 622. 
Happy ending. (D.) 623, 1044. 
Happy endings. (D.) 5601. 
Happy family. (DJ 5602. 
Happy moment. (D.) 5603. 
Happy snappies show. (D.) 6497. 
Happy time. (D.) 1045. 
Happy time for boys & girls. (M. P.) 395. 
Happy warrior. (D.) 624. 
Haran's mission. (D.) 5933. 
Harbor goes to France. (M. P.) 5247. 
Hard cash. (D.) 2259. 
Hare conditioned. (M. P.) 5248. 
Hare trigger. (M. P.) 3080. 
Hark-hark. (D.) 1046. 
Harmony highway. (M. P.) 396. 
Harriet. (D.) 3818. 
Harry Owens & his Royal Hawaiian orchestra. (M. P.) 

1366. 
Harvest melody. (M. P.) 6236. 
Haste to the wedding. (D.) 4326. 
Hasty heart. (D.) 2207, 6631. 
Hasty wedding. (M. P.) 2530. 
Hat. (D.) 4327. 
Hate, inc. (D.) 166. 
Hatful of dreams. (M. P.) 5111. 
Haunted pajamas. (M. P.) 3176 (13) 
Haunted rocking chair. (D.) 2915. 
Haunts of the hunted. (D.) 160. 
Haven. (D.) 2763. 
Haven in the dark. (D.) 3819. 
Having wonderful crime. (M. P.) 3081. 
Hawk. (D.) 120. 

Haywire Shakespeare. (D.) 1047. 
He rides upon the storm. (D.) 4370. 
He who gets hooked. (D.) 2208. 
Heads up. (D.) 625. 
Healthy haven. (D.) 4802. 
Healthy laughter. (D.) 2764. 
Healthy summer. (D.) 170. 
Heart of a lion. (M. P.) 2108 (7) 
Heart of romance. (M. P.) 3176 (14) 
Heartbeats of death. (D.) 5044. 
Hearts. (D.) 3034 (5) 
Heart's revenge. (M. P.) 2552 (11) 
Heather & you. (M. P.) 1367. 
Heating & air conditioning. (M. P.) 6237. 
Heaven help a sailor. (D J 167, 2765. 
Heaven in the hay. (D.) 5604. 
Heaven with a fence around it. (D.) 3820. 
Heavenly distinction. (D.) 5605. 
Heavenly lotus. (D.) 5606. 
Heavy duty Diesel. (D.) 3821. 
Hectic weekend. (D.) 695. 
Hedge hoppers. (M. P.) 2442. 
Heidi. (D.) 5607. 
Hej Koleda. (D.) 5608. 
Helene of Paris. (D.) 4803. 
Hell bent for election. (M. P.) 397. 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Hell is going to heaven. (D.) 6632. 

Hell left behind. (D.) 168. 

Hell woman. (D.) 1048. 

Hello girls. (D.) 3321. 

Hello, Jenny. (D.) 4804. 

Hello, psychiatric. (D.) 1049, 4805. 

Hello there, wage-slave, what s your hurry. (D.) 

6633. , v 

Help. (D.) 6798 (25) 
Help! Help! Help. (D.) 4806 
Help! Help! Murder. (D.) 1723. 
Help wanted. (M. P.) 6490 (23) 
Help your neighbor. (D.) 5609. 
Helping hand. (D.) 5564. 
Henriette of France. (D.) 1724. 
Henry & the weasel. (3D.) 6492. 
Henry Christophe. (D.) 2766. *"«■-«« 

Henry the Fourth, The first part of. (D.) 6120 (7) 
Henry the Fourth, The second part of. (D.) 6120 (8) 
Henry Vni & Catherine Howard. (D.) 1050. 
Henry's ancestors. (M. P.) 3709 (13) 
Henry's hired aunt. (D.) 4328. 
Hephzibah leaves Jerusalem. (D.) 1916. 
Her anniversaries. (M.P.) 3176(15) 
Her boy. (M. P.) 6490 (24) 
Her country first. (M.P.) 6822(24) 
Her economic independence. (M. P.) o«os ii4j 
Her final reckoning. (M. P.) 5369 (15) 

Bi;»£TD.)« , ( 2 !) 09(15) 

Her great match. (D.) 375(4) 

Her highness & the bellboy. (M. P.) 4112. 

Her honor. (D.) 626. 

Her husband s homework. (D.) 4807. 

Her lesson. (M. P.) 3176 (16) 

Her little farm. (D.) 6798 (27) 

Her lone decision. (D.) 6634. 

Her lucky night. (M. P.) 2018. 

Her obsession. (M. P.) 888 (13) 

Her one mistake. (M. P.) 5369 (16) 

Her only daughter. (D.) 1725. 

Her price. (M. P.) 6490 (25) 

Her sister. (M. P.) 2108 (8) 

Her social circle. (D.) 1051. 

Her son. (D.) 3822. 

Her weight in gold. (D.) 6542. 

Herbert s party. (D.) 5610. 

Here come the co-eds. (M. P.) 831. 

Here come the girls. (D.) 3823. 

Here come the navy bands. (M. P.) 5249. 

Here come the WAVES. (M. P.) 832. 

Here today. (D.) 3311. 

Here s the world. (D.) 627. 

Heritage of the lonely. (D.) 5611. 

Hero. (D.) 2693, 6635. 

Heroes are born. (D.) 1038. 

Heroic mould. CD.) 1052. 

Hero s grave. (D.) 3365. 

Herr meets hare. (M. P.) 833. 

Hezekiah & Hephzibah. (D.) 767 

Hezekiah. king of Judah. (D.) 1917. 

Hezekiah s defiance. (D.) 1254. 

Hezekiah's return. (D.) 1255. 

Hezekiah s unannounced engagement. (D.) ion. 

Hi & Sis in New York. (D.) 4808. 

Hi, duchess. (D.) 5612. 

Hi-ho rodeo. (M. P.) 6238. 

Hi, pop. (D.) 1053. 

Hiatus. (D.) 628. ,.„ 

Hick Manhattan. (M.P.) 6822(25) 

Hidden children. (M. P.) 2552 (12) 

Hidden eye. (M. P.) 4558 

Hidden horizon. (D.) 3824 

Hidden pearls. (M. P.) 3709 (16) 

Hidden river. (D.) 6683 

Hidden spring. (M. P-L?i 09 (17) 

Hidden witness. (D.) 5565. 

Hideout of terror. (M. P.) 3550. 

High cost of living, (M. P.) 2552 (13) 

High diver s last kiss. (M. P.) 6822 (26) 

High powered. (M. P.) 3082 - \ con 

High pressure deadline. (M. P.) Ml'. 

Highway of peril. (M. P.) 429. 

Hijo prodigo. (D.) 6120 (9) 



Hilarity house. (D.) 4809. 

Hillbilly artist. (M. P.) 5250. 

Hillbilly holiday. (M. P.) 2019. 

Hills of home. (D.) 1121, 3298. 

Hiram's country store. (D.) 5471. 

Hired girl. (D.) 4810. 

His brothers ghost. (Mo P.) 6239. 

His colored bride. (D.) 5613. 

His curiosity. (M. P.) 3709 (18) 

His deadly calm. (M. P.) 4627 (9) 

His double life. (D.) 6120 (10) 

His double life. (M. P.) 4627 (10) 

His ear for music. (M. P.) 3709 (19) 

His father's son. (M. P.) 2552 (14) 

His generosity, (m. P.) 6490 (26) 

His last crime. (D.) 4329. 

His last flight. (M. P.) 4144. 

His mother's ring. (D.) 3312. 

His perfect day. (M. P.) 888 (14) 

His star. (D.) 6636. 

His strength of mind. (M. P.) 6490 (27) 

Hist! Spies. (M. P.) 4627 (11) 

Histoire de rire. (D.) 5614. 

Histoire de Tobie et de Sara. (D.) 4811. 

Historia de Jose. (M. P.) 1368. 

History of the cash register & bank. Cash register's 

biography. (D.) 169. 
Hit the hay. (M. P.) 6240. 
Hit-the-trail Holliday. (M. P.) 5369 (17) 
Hitchhike to happiness. (M. P.) 4113. 
Hitter's folly. (D.) 5615. 
Hitler's yom hadin. (D.) 2209. 
Hizzoner. (D.) 1726. 
Hobo & the pinafore. (D.) 2237. 
Hockey homicide. (M. P.) 6241. 
Hocus-pocus. (D.) 1054. 
Hold autumn in your hand. (M. P.) 4177. 
Hold that blonde. (M.P.) 6242. 
Hold your sides show. (D.) 5616. 
Holiday at home. (D.) 170. 
Holiday for heroism. (D.) 6073. 
Holiday for love. (D.) 3313. 
Holiday for Pi-te. (D.) 3314. 
Holiday moon. (D.) 629. 
Holiday plays for home, school & settlement. (D.) 

821 (13) 
Hollow crown. (D.) 171. 
Holly. (D.) 3825. 
Hollywood & Vine. (M. P.) 6243. 
Hollywood cafe. (D.) 2767. 
HoUywood canteen. (M. P.) 398. 
Hollywood handout. (D.) 4330. 
Hollywood hotel. (D.) 3315. 
HoUywood scout. (M. P.) 2443. 
Holster heritage. (D.) 1122. 
Holy angels sing. (D.) 5617. 
Home-coming. (D.) 821 (14) 
Home electrical appliances. (M. P.) 2444. 
Home for Chanuko. (D.) 172. 
Home for Christmas. (D.) 2768. 
Home front. (D.) 2210. 
Home is the hero. (D.) 2211. 
Home is the hunter. (D.) 173, 2769. 
Home life of a buffalo. (D.) 174. 
Home of the brave. (D.) 2770. 
Home of the free. (D.) 821 (15) 
Home of the future. (D.) 4812. 
Home port. (D.) 630. 
Home to mother. (D.) 4331. 
Home town tonight. (D.) 5618. 
Hometown, U. S. A. (M. P.) 4114. 
Honey chile. (M. P.) 834. 
Honeymoon. (D.) 2401 (4) 
Honeymoon across the ocean. (D.) 1727. 
Honeymoon ahead. (M. P.) 2445. 



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Honeymoon blitz. (D.) 1055. 

Honeymoon for Judy. (D.) 6637. 

Honnete Florentine. (D.) 4332. 

Honolulu bound. (D.) 4813. 

Honor of his house. (M. P.) 3709 (20) 

Honorable Abigail. (D.) 2771. 

Honorable discharge. (D.) 1056. 

Honorable Monsieur Pepys. (D.) 4814. 

Hookworm. (M. P.) 3574. 

Hoops my dear. (M. P.) 4559. 

Hoopskirt handicap. (D.) 3316. 

Hope cottage. (D.) 1036. 

Hope hospital. (D.) 6638. 

Hope is the thing with feathers. (D.) 175. 

Hope of the world. (D.) 176. 

Horizontal lady. (D.) 5619. 

Horn blows at midnight. (M. P.) 2446. 

Hornet keeps a date. (D.) 4312. 

Horse called Silver. (D.) 4386. 

Horse holder. (D.) 2252. 

Horse next door. (D.) 4333. 

Horseshoe crab. (D.) 631. 

Horseshoe murder. (D.) 4395. 

Horseshoeing. (M. P.) 1999. 

Hospital train. (D.) 6639. 

Hot & cold running squadrons. (D.) 1728. 

Hot & hectic. (M. P.) 5251. 

Hot foot lights. (M. P.) 6244. 

Hot gold. (D.) 632. 

Hot money & death. (D.) 6S22. 

Hot news. (D.) 3317. 

Hot news. (M. P.) 3053. 

Hotel Berlin. (M. P.) 2020. 

Hotel Restful. (D.) 6798 (28) 

Hotlip Jasper. (M. P.) 399. 

Hound of the Haskervilles. (D.) 1057. 

House for the sparrow. (D.) 4830. 

House I live in. (M. P.) 6245. 

House in the country. (D.) 6640. 

House is haunted. (D.) 1729. 

House of Benedikt. (D.) 177. 

House of Dr. Edwards. (M. P.) 6815. 

House of fear. (M. P.) 400. 

House of gold. (M. P.) 6822 (27) 

House of Kartofflya. (D.) 633. 

House of mystery. (D.) 4815-4819, 5620-5626, 

6S41. 
House of peril. (D.) 821(16) 
House of Satan. (D.) 3826. 
House of silence. (M. P.) 5369 (18) 
House that walked away. (D.) 6734. 
House with a past. (D.) 178. 
How are they at home. (D.) 3827. 
How Connelley paid the law. (D.) 1577. 
How could you, Jean. (M. P.) 6490 (28) 
How could you, mom. (D.) 5627. 
How did it happen. (D.) 5628. 
How disease travels. (M. P.) 4115. 
How far can you go. (D.) 5629. 
How long the night. (D.) 3828. 
How many hearts have you broken. (M. P.) 835. 
How, now, Hecate. (D.) 2212. 
How to be a load-builder & like it. (D.) 6642. 
How to get a three day pass. (D.) 634. 
How to hold a husband. (D.) 1310 (9) 
How to play football. (M. P.) 1369. 
Howina. (D.) 4820. 
Howling Breeze. (D.) 372. 
Huck & Tom. (M. P.) 3700 (21) 
Hugging suspicion. (D.) 179. 
Hughie Roddis. (D.) 164. 
Huis - clos. (D.) 4821, 5630. 
Hula Lou. (M. P.) 3575. 



INDEX 



Human animal. (D.) 4822. 
Human textile. (D.) 635. 
Hun within. (M. P.) 6822 (28) 
Hundred million. (M. P.) 2447. 
Hungry heart. (M. P.) 499 (7) 
Hungry lions in a hospital. (M. P.) 2552 (15) 
Hunt. (D.) 6600. 
Hunt for me. (D.) 5631. 
Hurry, hurry, hurry. (D.) 821 (17) 
Hurry, mother, hurry. (D.) 6643. 
Hurry up guy. (D.) 2772. 
Hurry up to wait. (D.) 2773. 
Husband, dear husband. (D.) 4823. 
Husband for mama. (D.) 4334. 
Hydrotherapy. (M. P.) 6345. 
Hygienic lover. (D.) 3318. 
Hymenee. (D.) 4824, 4825. 
Hypochondriac. (M. P.) 3176 (17) 
I am alone. (D.) 4335. 
I am an American. (M. P.) 1370. 
I am bound for Canaan Land. (D.) 3319. 
I am looking for an American. (D.) 636. 
I call 'em buddies. (D.) 1058. 
I can't stand it any longer. (D.) 5497. 
I come from Brooklyn. (M. P.) 2448. 
I commit murder. (D.) 3829. 
I don't want to love you. (M. P.) 1371. 
I dream of you. (M. P.) 2021. 
I had a dream. (D.) 3830. 
I had a dream. (M. P.) 3576. 
I had but fifty cents. (M. P.) 836. 
I know that you know. (M. P.) 6246. 
I lift my eyes. (D.) 180. 
I long to be in fashions. (D.) 181. 
I love a bandleader. (M. P.) 5252. 
I love a mystery. (M. P.) 1372. 
I love a soHier. (M. P.) 2022. 
I love you, Trudy. (D„) 607. 
I must be off. (D.) 5632. 
I must never sleep again. (D.) 5883. 
I never left home. (D.) 1130. 
I. Q. for Moronica. (D.) 676. 
I remember Louisiana. (D.) 5633. 
I remember mama. (D.) 2774. 
I shall not live in vain. (D.) 182. 
I take this man. (D.) 5634. 
I told you so. (D.) 2775. 
I want a little doggie. (M. P.) 6247. 
I want a piece of bottom land. (M. P.) 837. 
I want out. (D.) 4765. 
I want you to like each other. (D.) 1059. 
I was here when you left me. (M. P.) 5253. 
I, who should command all. (D.) 183. 
I wouldn't say no. (D.) 4991. 
I wrote a song. (D.) 4826. 
Iceboxes for Eskimos. (D.) 637. 
I'd like to be a cousin to Eddie. (D.) 3831. 
Identically yours. (D.) 2776. 
Identity unknown. (M. P.) 2449. 
Idiot. (D.) 4827. 
Idiot du village. (D.) 4828. 
Idiots deluxe. (M. P.) 6248. 
If. (D.) 3832. 

If a body meets a body. (M. P.) 6249. 
If a heart could speak. (D.) 4336. 
If Eve had worn clothes. (D.) 1730. 
If I die before I wake. (D.) 2213. 
If I had my way. (D.) 4309. 
If I had my way. (M. P.) 3083. 
If I loved you. (D.) 4829. 
If it be love indeed. (D.) 5635. 
If money. (D.) 5636. 

If soldiers talked as they do in civilian ads. (D.) 
1731. 



237 



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I'll ask my father. (D.) 4337. 

I'll be seeing you. (M. P.) 2023, 3577. 

I'll find heaven. (D.) 1732. 

I'll meet you down by the old pig pen. (M. P.) 

5254. 
I'll never be the same. (D.) 4830. 
I'll remember April. (M. P.) 4116. 
I'll tell the world. (M. P.) 3084. 
lis etaient trois. (D.) 4338. 
I'm a sailor. (M. P.) 1373. 
I'm beginning to see the light. (M. P.) 1374. 
I'm from Missouri. (D.) 4339. 
I'm gonna love that guy. (M. P.) 6250. 
I'm making believe. (M. P.) 1375. 
I'm right, you're wrong. (D.) 4831. 
I'm singing the blues. (D.) 2214. 
Immortal is the heart. (D.) 5637. 
Immortal murderer. (D.) 319. 
Immortal smile. (D.) 184. 
Impasse. (D.) 1733. 
Impatient patient. (D.) 990. 
Imperfect crime. (D.) 6682. 
Importance of laboratory tests. (D.) 5638. 
Imposter. (D.) 4319. 
Impressions of 1945. (D.) 1734. 
Improving the job. (M. P.) 401. 
In chalk on the sidewalks. (D.) 4832. 
In my beginning. (D.) 3320. 
In my heyday. (D.) 1060. 
In old Mexico. (M. P.) 3578. 
In old New Orleans. (D.) 4833. 
In pursuit of Polly. (M. P.) 6822 (29) 
In reverse. (D.) 3529. 
In step again. (D.) 2750. 
In the beginning. (D.) 185. 
In the dark. (D.) 6798 (29) 
In the gloaming. (M. P.) 4560. 
In the groove. (D.) 3321. 
In the meantime, darling. (M. P.) 2024. 
In the public eye. (M. P.) 1477. 
In the sun. (D.) 2777. 
Incendiary blonde. (M« P.) 4551. 
Including. the Scandinavian. (D.) 6644. 
Indecision. (D.) 5551. 
India. (M. P.) 3085. 
Indian boy. (D.) 3359. 

(M. P.) 3086. 
(M. P.) 4550. 

(M. P.) 3135. 
P.) 4117. 

(D.) 4081 (6) 
(D.) 1735. 



Indian rhapsody. 
Indian's revenge 
Individual home. 
Infant care. (M. 
Information please. 
Ingenio de Ambato. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Ingenious adultress. (D.) 4340. 

Injun gal. (M. P.) 838. 

Inmaculada de los Dolores. (D.) 6120 (11) 

Innocent lamb. (D.) 186. 

Insects as carriers of disease. (M. P.) 3579. 

Inseparables. (D.) 4834. 

Inspecting & reconditioning piston assembly. (M. P.) 

6129. 
Inspecting & reconditioning valve assembly. (M. P.) 

6130. 
Inspector calls. (D.) 6645. 
Inspector Hawkes & son. (D.) 4341-4346. 
Installing & aligning tail surfaces. (M. P.) 6126. 
Installing conduit. (M. P.) 5223. 
Installing landing gear. (M. P.) 6127. 
Installing surface metal raceway. (M. P.) 5224. 
Installing valves in engine room systems, pt. 1. 

(M. P.) 5323. 
Installing valves in engine room systems, pt. 2. 

(M. P.) 5324. 
Instructing the worker on the job. (M. P.) 2075. 



Instrument flight control, orientation. (M. P.) 

2450-2452. 
Instrument flight control, radio navigation, pt. 2. 

(M. P.) 2453. 
Intelligence. (D.) 187. 
Inter-American co-operation beneath flags of 

freedom. (D.) 3833. 
Intermezzo. (D.) 3371. 
International counterfeiters. (D.) 1221. 
International police. (D.) 4347,5639. 
Intrepid lover. (D.) 5640. 
Intrigue in Washington. (D.) 1712. 
Introducing the new worker to his job. (M. P.) 

2076. 
Introduction to the P-63. (M. P.) 6251. 
Invisible alibi. (D.) 745. 
Invitation. (D.) 4835. 
Invitation to a party. (D.) 188. 
Invitation to danger. (M. P.) 839. 
Iowa. (M. P.) 5255. 
Irdische lied. (D.) 4348. 
Ireland. (M. P.) 5256. 
Iris. (D.) 4836. 
Iris Stothard. (D.) 1913. 
Irish girl. (D.) 6798 (30) 
Irish philosopher. (D.) 638. 
Iron horse. (D.) 5725. 
Iron masters. (M. P.) 3580. 
Iroquois march. (D.) 1061. 
Is it love. (D.) 4349. 
Isabeau. (D.) 3034 (6) 
Island. (D.) 3834. 
Island interlude. (D.) 1062. 
Island of Lethe. (D.) 3034 (7) 
Island venture. (D.) 6646-6649. 
Isle of romance. (M. P.) 3581. 
Isle of Tabu. (M. P.) 2454. 
Isle of the dead. (M. P.) 6252. 
Isolated from within. (D.) 639. 
It couldn't happen to nicer people. (D.) 3835. 
It happened at Grand central station. (D.) 5641. 
It happened in Shubert alley. (D.) 5642. 
It happened in Springfield. (M. P.) 2455. 
It happened on the way to town. (D.) 189. 
It happened yesterday. (D.) 640. 
It happens to everybody. (D.) 3034 (8) 
It is the lark. (D.) 5643. 
It is war. (D.) 5644. 
It looks like rain.. (M. P.) 2025. 
It pays to advertise. (D.) 3836, 4081 (7) 
It shouldn't happen to a dog. (D.) 641. 
It shouldn't happen to a dog. (M. P.) 6253. 
It started with Eve. (D.) 228. 
It takes time. (D.) 5645. 
It takes two. (D.) 5646. 
It's a bet. CD.) 5647. 
It's a date. (D.) 5746. 
It's a great day for the Irish. (M. P.) 4562. 
It's a lark. (D.) 5648. 
It's a pleasure. (M. P.) 2026. 
It's a wonderful life. (D.) 4837. 
It's about time. (D.) 190. 
It's all about love. (D.) 5649. 
It's all in your head. (D.) 1063. 
It's always spring. (D.) 642. 
It's always the beginning. (D.) 3322. 
It's been a long, long time. (M. P.) 6806. 
It's in the bag. (M. P.) 2456. 
It's in the headlines. (D.) 191. 
It's me, oh Lord. (M. P.) 6254. 
It's not GI. (D.) 643. 
It's on the house. (D.) 2767. 
It's so deadly in the country. (D.) 6650. 



238 



nos. 1-12, 1945 

It's the devil in me. (D.) 192. 

It's the doctor. (D.) 3837. 

It's the goods. (D.) 5650. 

It's the nuts. (D.) 2778. 

It's ugly head. (D.) 3323. 

It's unbelievable. (D.) 3838. 

It's you she wants. (D.) 4350. 

It's your move. (M. P.) 6255. 

I've got to be a rug cutter. (M. P.) 6256. 

Ivory tower. (D.) 644. 

J3. (D.) 4838. 

Jack & Jill. (M. P.) 499 (8) 

Jack & the beanstalk. (D.) 1064, 1736, 3839, 5166, 
5651. 

Jack-o'-Lantern. (D.) 1310 (10) 

Jack Spurlock - prodigal. (M. P.) 3176 (18) 

Jacob & the Indians. (D.) 5534. 

Jacobowsky u. der Oberst. (D.) 2215. 

Jane Eyre. (D.) 4839. 

Jane steps out. (D.) 1065. 

Jane Webster's boarding house. (D.) 6651. 

Jane's jewels. (D.) 4887. 

January thaw. (D.) 1066, 5652. 

Jardinier du jardin de France. (D.) 4351. 

Jasper & the beanstalk. (M. P.) 6257. 

Jasper stone. (D.) 5653. 

Jasper Tell. (M. P.) 2027. 

Jasper's boobytraps. (M. P.) 4118. 

Jasper's close shave. (M. P.) 5257. 

Jasper's minstrels. (M. P.) 3087. 

Jays jiveree. (D.) 6652, 6652*. 

Jealousy. (M. P.) 4119. 

Jeb. (D.) 4352. 

Jefferson Quest. (D.) 6653. 

Jekyll-Hyde murders. (D.) 324. 

Jennie comes marching home. (D.) 2216. 

Jenny Villiers. (D.) 6654. 

Jephthah's daughter. (D.) 1067. 

Jere to libe. (D.) 2697. 

Jeremiah & his children. (D.) 4840. 

Jericho Jones. (D.) 2261. 

Jerky Turkey. (M. P.) 2028. 

Jerry meets Cupid. (D.) 4841. 

Jesse James. (M. P.) 2029. 

Jessie & John. (D.) 5654. 

Jeu des merveilles de Saint Martin improvise 

par les anges. (D.) 4842. 
Jeune Indienne. (D.) 3840. 
Jewel of the Pacific. (M. P.) 2457. 
Jibara. (D.) 4843. 
Jigsaw. (D.) 2217. 
Jim & his job. (D.) 2797. 
Jimmie's wife. (D.) 4844. 
Jimmy & the Golden rule. (D.) 1068. 
Jimmy & the Sermon on the Mount. (D.) 1069. 
Jimmy Heath. (D.) 2262. 
Jingling guineas. (D.) 4353. 
Jingly Christmas. (D.) 645. 
Jitters in Geneva. (D.) 5639. 
Jive busters. (M. P.) 402. 
Jive Junction. (M. P.) 6258. 
Joan of Plattsburg. (M. P.) 6822 (30) 
Job makers. (D.) 646, 1070-1076, 1737- 1739, 

2779, 2780. 
Job, the mystery of suffering. (D.) 1740. 
Joelah's lofty trade. (D.) 2218. 
Johnny Angel. (M. P.) 6259. 
Johnny Appleseed. (D.) 4354, 5655. 
Johnny Capasso. (D.) 193. 
Johnny comes home. (D.) 1077, 5586. 
Johnny Longshot. (D.) 2219. 
Johnny Merripranks. (D.) 3324. 
Johnny Starbuck. (D.) 2257. 



INDEX 



Joining solid conductors. (M. P.) 5225. 

Jointing an edge for gluing, installing knives. (M. P.) 

1452. 
Jointing edges & ends 90 degrees to face. (M. P.) 

1449. 
Joker runs wild. (D.) 3841. 
Jolly Roger. (D.) 647. 
Jonathan. (D.) 6655. 
Jonathan & Elona find love. (D.) 5922. 
Jonathan & Elona reunited. (D.) 5923. 
Jonathan in prison. (D.) 5924. 
Jose come bem. (M. P.) 1376. 
Jose Gonzales. (M. P.) 6260. 
Joseph 'n his brudders. (M. P.) 3582. 
Josephine. (M. P.) 2030, 2781. 
Josiah's betrothal announced. (D.) 5934. 
Journey to Frisco. (D.) 3325. 
Joy of freedom. (M. P.) 4627 (12) 
Joyce & the sergeant. (D.) 4355. 
Joyce Jordan, M. D. (D.) 2220, 2781, 3326, 3842, 

4845, 4840, 5656, 6656. 
Joyous errand. (D.) 3327. 
Joyous Gard. (D.) 194. 
Joyous heart. (D.) 3778. 
Joys of love. (D.) 3328. 
Jozia. (D.) 4847. 
Jubilee. (D.) 3843. 
Jubilee Jim. (D.) 4356. 
Judah & war. (D.) 3992. 
Judah at war. (D.) 5935. 
Judah waits for attack. (D.) 3993. 
Judas Ischarioth, der vermittler. (D.) 2221. 
Judgment. (D.) 4357. 
Juggler. (D„) 4848. 
Juke box boogie. (M. P.) 403. 
Jules of the strong heart. (M. P.) 3709 (22) 
Julie. (D.) 4695. 
Julie O'Dooley. (M. P.) 2458. 
Julie's rainbow. (D.) 1078. 
Julius Caesar. (D.) 2782. 
June. (D.) 821 (18) 

June comes around every year. (M. P.) 6261. 
June Xmas. (D.) 3329. 
Jungbronnen. (D.) 3330. 
Jungle book shop. (D.) 195. 
Jungle capers. (M. P.) 6262. 
Jungle captive. (M. P.) 404. 
Jungle love call. (D.) 3844. 
Jungle queen. (M. P.) 839-844, 1377-1383. 
Jungle sacrifice. (M. P.) 840. 
Junior & senior. (D.) 1741. 
Junior genius. (D.) 5657. 
Junior miss. (M. P.) 5258. 
Junk dealer. (D.) 1079. 
Jupiter. (D.) 4849. 

Jury goes round 'n round. (M. P.) 6263. 
Jury of fate. (M. P.) 3709 (23) 
Just a minute. (D.) 3845. 
Just a prayer away. (M.. P.) 4120. 
Just a-sittin' & a-rockin'. (M. P.) 4563. 
Just another perfect crime. (D.) 3331. 
Just around the corner. (D.) 5177 (3) 
Just as I left it. (D.) 4850. 
Just call me Jessy. (D.) 1742. 
Just for you. (D.) 6657. 
Just married. (D.) 4851. 
Just one of those things. (M. P.) 6264. 
Justice must triumph, in the end. (D.) 4358. 
Justice triumphs. (M. P.) 4145. 
K C N. (D.) 4359. 
K-9 justice. (D.) 4272. 
K-9 kadets. (M. P.) 2459. 
Kamraterna. (D.) 4268. 



239 



INDEX 



Kanine aristocrats. (M. P.) 5259. 

Kansas caravan. (D.) 5658. 

Kansas City Kitty. (M. P.) 405. 

Kantor's kishke emporium nylon sale. (D.) 196. 

Kassiane. (D.) 648. 

Katharine Schratt, empress without a crown. (D.) 

- 2783. 
Keep 'em milking. (M. P.) 2031. 
Keep faith with us. (D.) 2784. 
Keep it clean, for the boys. (D.) 649. 
Keep your powder dry. (M. P.) 1384. 
Keeping the Christmas glow. (D.) 4360. 
Keeping up with Lizzie. (D.) 375 (5) 
Keeping your car fit. (M. P.) 3042. 
Ken Moore's Hollywood register. (D.) 3846. 
Kentucky. (D.) 3370. 
Key to murder. (D.) 8658. 
Keys of the kingdom. (M. P.) 1385. 
Keys to heaven. (D.) 6120 (12) 
Khaki Christmas carol. (D.) 197. 
Kickapoo juice. (M. P.) 3088. 
Kickin' my love around. (M. P.) 1386. 
Kid Atom. (D.) 5659. 
Kid is clever. (M. P.) 6490 (29) 
Kid keeps a promise. (D.) 1114. 
Kid sister. (M. P.) 6265. 
Kidnapped in a potato sack. (D.) 4403. 
Kids will be kids. (D.) 4361. 
Kill all precede. (D.) 3799. 
Killer at large. (M. P.) 3551. 
Killer that was a mystery. (D.) 198. 
Killer's gamble. (D.) 3364. 
Killer's reward. (D.) 2239. 
Kindest thing. (D.) 5660. 
Kindling of a flame. (D.) 5661. 
King & the merchant. (D.) 4362. 
King Cole's old woman in the shoe. (D.) 1080. 
King found the clue. (D.) 1571. 
King led the way. (D.) 2601. 
King meets a grizzley. (D.) 1574. 
King o' the hill. (D.) 3332. 
King of the hills. (D.) 1081. 
King scorns Egypt. (D.) 2953. 
Kingdom of heaven.- (D.) 6120 (13) 
Kingdom of love. (M. P.) 2108 (9) 
Kingdom of plastics. (M. P.) 6266. 
Kingdom offenders. (D.) 1082. 
King's favourite. (D.) 3333. • 
King's fortune. (D.) 2954. 
Kings of the fairway. (M. P.) 3583. 
King's illness. (D.) 3994. 
Kiss &tell. (D.) 3847. 
Kiss & tell. (M. P.) 5260. 
Kiss goodnight. (M. P.) 6807. 
Kiss them for me. (D.) 3848. 
Kissing bug sketch. (D.) 4852. 
Kit Carson. (D.) 4363. 
Kitchy kitchy koo. (M. P.) 2460. 
Knife of the party. (D.) 2785. 
Knight & a blonde. (M. P.) 3089. 
Knock-knock. (D.) 650. 
Knock me out. (M. P.) 1387. 
Know your blind.. (M. P.) 4121. 
Know your car. (M. P.) 3040. 
Know your English program. (D.) 3334. 
Know your nation. (D.) 5481. 
Kozeleg a zivatar. (D.) 3335. 
Komm zurick. (D.) 4364. 
KookooKook. (D.) 2786. 
Kookoo Kook of Krazie Kitchen. (D.) 1743. 
Kountry kuzzins. (D.) 5662. 
Kraft music hall. (D.) 199-202, 1083-1091, 1744- 
1750, 2787-2791, 3336-3340, 3849, 5663-5683. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Kriegies up. (D.) 5684. 

Ku-ku-nuts. (M. P.) 6267. 

Kultur. (M. P.) 6822 (31) 

L. S. / M. F. T., Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. 

(M. P.) 2461, 6268. 
Laboratory directions for dissection of frog. (M. P 

406. 
Ladder of fate. (D.) 4313. 
Ladies, bums & dogs. (D.) 1092. 
Ladies in danger. (D.) 4853. 
Ladies in waiting. (D.) 5685. 
Ladies of the mop. (D.) 5686. 
Ladies of the White house. (D.) 3341. 
Ladies, take a bow. (D.) 4365. 
Lady & the wolf. (D.) 3253. 
Lady Barnacle. (M. P.) 3176 (19) 
Lady confesses. (M. P.) 6269. 
Lady Epping's lawsuit. (D.) 3529 (7) 
Lady from Edinburgh. (D.) 4854. 
Lady Godiva's horse. (D.) 6659. 
Lady in a garden. (D.) 4855. 
Lady in danger. (D.) 2222. 
Lady in the dark. (D.) 1131. 
Lady in the death house. (M. P.) 6270. 
Lady intervenes. (D.) 2792. 
Lady into light. (D.) 203. 
Lady Jane. (D.) 204. 
Lady of Spain. (D.) 4366. 
Lady of the house. (D.) 2793, 3850. 
Lady on a porcupine. (D.) 651. 
Lady on a train. (M. P.) 4564. 
Lady says yes. (D.) 1751. 
Lady unknown. (D.) 652. 
Lady, wake up. (D.) 653. 
Ladybird. (D.) 205. 
Ladysfingers. (D.) 1752. 
Lake Placid serenade. (M. P.) 845. 
Lamb in a jam. (M. P.) 4122. 
Lamb of Bethlehem. (D.) 4367. 
Land of joy. (D.) 821 (19) 
Land of little flowers. (D.) 6660. 
Land of promise. (D.) 1093. 
Land of promise. (M. P.) 2108 (10) 
Land of smiles. (D.) 5687. 
Land of 10,000 lakes. (M. P.) 4565. 
Land of the free. (D.) 206. 
Land of the free. (M. P.) 3709 (31) 
Landing gear synchronization. (M. P.) 6271. 
Landloper. (M. P.) 6490 (30) 
Landslide. (D.) 6539. 
Lane's cafe. (D.) 4368. 
Lassie come home. (M. P.) 3668. 
Last American. (D.) 1094. 
Last awakening. (D.) 5508. 
Last coach west. (D.) 4893. 
Last hour at Berchtesgaden. (D.) 207. 
Last house on the left. (D.) 2223. 
Last installment. (M. P.) 2462. 
Last key. (M. P.) 3597. 
Last mile. (D.) 4369. 
Last stop. (D.) 5688. 
Last to start. (D.) 3356. 
Last trip out. (D.) 4856. 
Last Tudor. (D.) 3342. 
Last warning. (D.) 208. 
Lathe. (M. P.) 4567. 
Laugh clown. (D.) 4694. 
Laugh shop. (D.) 6798 (31) 
Laugh, town, laugh. (D.) 2794. 
Laughingest family. (D.) 2169. 
Laughter in Paris. (D.) 5689. 
Laughter in the night. (D.) 2945. 
Laura. (D.) 1132, 4857, 4858. 



240 



nos, 1-12, 1945 

Laura. (M. P.) 2032. 

Law in Mustang. (D.) 5709. 

Law of the badlands. (M. P.) 2463. 

Law of the wilderness. (D.) 1250. 

Law west of the Pecos. (D.) 3851. 

Lawless empire. (M. P.) 6272. 

Lawless love. (M. P.) 6822 (32) 

Laying out & forming plywood. (M. P.) 1979. 

Lazy S. (D.) 5705. 

Lead, kindly light. (D.) 4370. 

League of nations & America - 1919. (D.) 123. 

Leah Kleschna. (M. P.) 6822 (20) 

Learn & live. (M. P.) 4123. 

Learners. (D.) 654. 

Lease on life. (D.) 4371. 

Leave it to Blondie. (M. P.) 1388. 

Leave it to love. (D.) 4273. 

Leave it to me. (D.) 6798 (32) 

Lecture in Littleton, pts. 1-5. (D.) 2557-2571. 

Lecture in Town hall. (D.) 4859. 

Left of center. (D.) 2795. 

Left shoulder arms. (D.) 2234. 

Legally yours. (D.) 1095. 

Legend. (D.) 4372. 

Legend of Coyote Rock. (M. P.) 6273. 

Legend of Khorassan. (D.) 4270. 

Legend of life & love at Lud's Landing. (D.) 2584. 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow. (D.) 3343. 

Legends in action. (D.) 5690. 

Legion of death. (M. P.) 6490 (31) 

Lela Farrel. (D.) 3852. 

Lend me your name. (M. P.) 6822 (33) 

Leonard de Vinci. (D.) 5691. 

Less than kin. (M. P.) 5490 (32) 

Less than love. (D.) 3853. 

Lesson for Angela. (D.) 6661. 

Lesson in orchestration. (D.) 5483. 

Lest we forget. (D.) 2224, 6662. 

Lest we forget. (M. P.) 3176(20) 

Let George do it. (D.) 3854. 

Let nature take its course. (D.) 3344. 

Let the stars fall. (D.) 1096. 

Let us adore Him. (D.) 5692. 

Let's do it. (D.) 4830. 

Let's get out of here. (D.) 2796. 

Let's go places. (D.) 5693. 

Let's go see. (D.) 6663. 

Let's go steady. (M. P.) 1389. 

Let's go stepping. (M. P.) 3584. 

Let's have a "play. (D.) 3855-3854. 

Let's introduce ourselves. (D.) 4861. 

Let's play post office. (D.) 4373. 

Let's talk it over. (D.) 2797. 

Letter from Mexico. (D.) 4862. 

Letter of the law. (D.) 209. 

Letter to Mary. (D.) 6664. 

Lev Nikolayevich. (D.) 5694. 

Liar. (D.) 3779. 

Liar. (M. P.) 6822 (34) 

Liberated. (D.) 210. 

Liberation. (D.) 655. 

Liberty girl. (D.) 2798. 

Librairie Jalin. (D.) 4863. 

License to steal. (D.) 211. 

Lida. (D.) 656. 

Lie. (M. P.) 3709 (24) 

Lieutenants come home. (D.) 3865. 

Life & loves of Liza Lumpkin - girl submarine 

builder. (D.) 4374. 
Life can be beautiful. (D.) 212, 1097, 1098, 1753, 

2225, 2799, 3345, 3866, 4864, 4865, 5695, 16655. 
Life from a balcony. (D.) 4866. 
Life lost & found. (D.) 5817. 



INDEX 



Life of Christ. (D.) 4375. 
Life of Ellen. (D.) 3346. 
Life of Reilly. (D.) 5911. 

Life of Riley. (D.) 213-218, 657-660, 1099-1103, 
1754-1756, 2225-2229, 2800-2803, 3347-3349, 

4867-4872, 5696-5398, 6666. 
Life of the insects. (D.) 4873. 
Life with feathers. (M. P.) 1390. 
Life's whirlpool. (M. P.) 3709 (25) 
Lifetime. (D.) 4874. 
Lifted veil. (M. P.) 3709 (26) 
Light-o-love. (D.) 3034 (9) 
Light of the world. (D.) 4375. 
Light over ruins. (D.) 2804. 
Lightning raiders. (M. P.) 6808. 
Lightning underground. (M. P.) 3596. 
Lights of home. (D.) 4376. 
Ligne d'horizon. (D.) 4875. 
Like father, like son. (D.) 1104. 
Likely story. (D.) 4377. 
Li'l Abner. (M. P.) 3088. 
Liliom. (D.) 928. 
Lily. (D.) 1105. 
Limestone man. (D.) 3350. 
Lincoln takes a wife. (D.) 4378. 
Lindy Sue's ride. (D.) 5599. 
Lingerie counter. (D.) 2805. 
Lingerie for choochelos. (D.) 4379. 
Lion cage. (D.) 1106. 
Lions roar. (D.) 3867. 
Listen, the Gypsies. (D.) 4876. 
Listening to the moon. (D.) 651. 
Little A. (D.) 3868. 
Little Black Sambo. (D.) 1107. 
Little Blaek Sambo & the pirates. (D.) 3869. 
Little Black Sambo & the tigers. (D.) 3870. 
Little blonde lady. (D.) 3529 (8) 
Little brown jug. (M. P.) 407. 
Little clown. (D.) 4081 (8) 
Little coquette. (D.) 3328. 
Little gods laughed. (D.) 4877. 
Little gold button. (D.) 6667. 
Little green gate. (D.) 5700. 
Little honey. (D.) 662. 
Little imp. (D.) 5701. 
Little inn. (D.) 1757. 
Little Lady Luck. (D.) 3871. 
Little Lame Shepherd. (D.) 4878. 
Little Louie of ill fame. (D.) 4329. 
Little man who wasn't there. (D.) 1888. 
Little Minister. (D.) 4380. 
Little Moses. (D.) 219. 
Little pot of rainbows. (D.) 1758. 
Little things. (D.) 5702, 5703. 
Little toy soldier. (M. P.) 3585. 
Little white lie. (M. P.) 2033. 
Live & let live. (D.) 2806. 
Live-forever Liz. (D.) 1108. 
Living book of nature, jungle vaudeville. (M. P.) 

3176 (21) 
Living Buddha. (D.) 5620. 
Living fire. (D.) 1109. 
Living past. (D.) 3872, 4381-4385. 
Lizards & butterflies. (D.) 3351. 
Load of cigarettes. (D.) 1709. 
Locked out. (M. P.) 2552 (16) 
Lodoletta. (D.) 3034 (10) 
Lola Montez. (D.) 3873. 
Lone Ranger. (D.) 220-223, 663, 1110-1122, 

2230-2277, 3352-3366, 4386-4401, 4879-4896, 

5704-5734 6668-6883. 
Lone Ranger s mailbox. (D.) 6680. 
Lone star. (D.) 3367. 



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Lone Texas Ranger. (M. P.) 3586. 

Lonely heart. (D.) 4402. 

Lonesome man. (D.) 1123. 

Lonesome train. (D.) 1124. 

Long lane. (D.) 5509. 

Long live the president. (D.) 1125. 

Long may it wave. (D.) 2807. 

Long road. (D.) 1035. 

Long road to Bethlehem. (D.) 5735. 

Long shots or favorites. (M. P.) 408. 

Long way from home. (D.) 2808. 

Look beyond the label. (D.) 3874. 

Look out for the curve. (D.) 2809. 

Look pleasant. (D.) 4081 (9) 

Look upon the prisoner. (D.) 4081 (10) 

Look who's here. (D.) 3875. 

Lord's prayer. (D.) 1759. 

Lorna Loon's fate. (D.) 4403. 

Lost & found. (D.) 3876, 3877. 

Lost angel. (D.) 5749. 

Lost key. (D.) 1714. 

Lost penny. (D.) 6684. 

Lost spear. (D.) 3878. 

Lost trail. (M. P.) 6274. 

Lost victory. (D.) 1760. 

Lost wand. (D.) 3879. 

Lost weekend. (M. P.) 6275. 

Louisa. (D.) 1761. 

Louise de La Valliere. (D.) 4897. 

Lourdes. (D.) 6798 (33) 

Love & taxes. (D.) 224. 

Love at first sight. (D.) 4861, 4898. 

Love attack. (D.) 4404. 

Love begins with good-bye. (D.) 4899. 

Love by contract. (D.) 5736. 

Love by degrees. (D.) 967. 

Love can't wait. (D.) 2278. 

Love dope. (M. P.) 3176 (22) 

Love grows on a white oak tree. (M. P.) 409. 

Love he longs for. (D.) 5737. 

Love, honor & away. (D.) 1762. 

Love, honor & goodbye. (M. P.) 5261. 

Love in a cottage. (D.) 6120 (14) 

Love in a hurry. (D.) 4081 (9) 

Love in Detroit. (D.) 3272. 

Love in your eye. (D.) 2279. 

Love is the darndest thing. (D.) 3880. 

Love is the thing. (D.) 225. 

Love laughs at locks. (D.) 1763, 4405. 

Love letters. (M. P.) 3090, 6276. 

Love, love, love. (D.) 2280. 

Love magic. (D.) 821 (20) 

Love me for myself alone. (M. P.) 5369 (35) 

Love o' Mike. (D.) 3881. 

Love on a bet. (D.) 4406. 

Love story. (D.) 5738. 

Love thy neighbor. (D.) 5718. 

Love thy neighbor as thyself. (D.) 226. 

Love to mama. (D.) 4736. 

Love wagon. (D.) 2281. 

Love waits on horses. (D.) 6596. 

Love your neighbor. (D.) 5739. 

Loveless home. (D.) 5740. 

Lovely lady. (D.) 2810. 

Lovers' club of the air. (D.) 6584. 

Lovers' reunion. (D.) 2955. 

Love's conquest. (M. P.) 5369 (19) 

Love's labor. (D.) 3882. 

Love's labour's lost. (D.) 6120 (15) 

Love's silence. (D.) 3293. 

Love's wager won. (D.) 4900. 

Lovey buddy letter. (D.) 6798 (25) 

Loving wife. (D.) 1126. 



Low gravy. (M. P.) 4568. 

Lower depths. (D.) 2808. 

Lowering storm. (D.) 4901. 

Loyalty. (D.) 4081 (11) 

Loyalty to the prince. (D.) 1256. 

Lucifer has a plan. (D.) 746. 

Luck. (D.) 2282, 5741. 

Luck of the Irish. (D.) 4902. 

Luck with charms. (D.) 664, 665. 

Lucky Joe. (D„) 1764. 

Lucky penny. (D.) 4903. 

Lucullus dines alone. (D.) 666. 

Lullaby of Broadway. (M. P.) 6277. 

Lulu at the zoo. (M. P.) 1391. 

Lulu's birthday party. (M. P.) 3091. 

Lunatic fringe. (D.) 3368. 

Lure of the city. (D.) 1971 (7) 

Lux radio theatre. (D.) 227-233, 1127-1133, 1765- 

1771, 2811-2817, 3369-3372, 3883, 5742-5750. 
Lydia Gilmore. (D.) 6120 (16) 
Lynch's simplification of the perineal operation 

for excision of the recto-sigmoid. (M. P.) 

410. 
Lysistrata. (D.) 3433. 
Ma conquers rationing & pa conquers ma. (D.) 

2283. 
Ma Perkins. (D.) 5751, 6685. 
Ma stretches a point. (D.) 4407. 
Macbeth. (D.) 1134. 
Mac Crae. (D.) 3884. 
Machine a ecrire. (D.) 5752. 
Machine gun mama. (M. P.) 6278. 
Machine shop work, basic machines. (M. P.) 

3587, 4567, 4568. 
Machine shop work, operations on a broaching 

machine. (M. P.) 2034-2036. 
Machine shop work, operations on a milling 

machine. (M. P.) 4124-4128. 
Machine shop work, operations on a planer. (M. P.) 

2037. 
Machine shop work, operations on the surface grind- 
er. (Mo P.) 6279-6283. 
Machine shop work, operations on the turret lathe, 

bar work-magnesium. (M. P.) 3588-3590. 
Machine shop work, precision measurement. (M. P.) 

2038. 
Mack Donald's dream. (D.) 4408. 
Mad Murdock. (D.) 4396. 
Mad professor. (M. P.) 4141. 
Mad tea party. (D.) 4904. 
Madame de Pompadour. (D.) 6686. 
Madame Dubarry. (M. P.) 2108 (11) 
Madame is an egg. (D.) 2284. 
Madame Jealousy. (M. P.) 3709 (27) 
Madame Louise. (D.) 1772. 
Madame Min. (D.) 5753. 
Madame Pompadour. (D.) 4905. 
Madame Raquin. (D„) 234. 
Mademoiselle Antoinette. (D.) 4906. 
Mademoiselle Cosette. (D.) 3373. 
Mademoiselle departs. (D.) 1773. 
Mademoiselle s'amuse. (D.) 4409, 5754. 
Madonna. (D.) 2818. 
Madonna of Nazareth. (D.) 5405. 
Magdalene of the hills. (M. P.) 3176 (23) 
•Magic box. (D.) 4907, 6687. 
Magic chalk. (D.) 5755. 
Magic city. (D.) 6688. 
Magic forest. (D.) 5756. 
Magic fountain. (D.) 3855. 
Magic in the moonlight. (D.) 4908. 
Magic is the moonlight. (M. P.) 3591. 
Magic lamp. (D.) 3374. 



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INDEX 



Magic on a stick. (M. P.) 6284. 

Magic on Main street. (D.) 5757. 

Magic skin. (D.) 6689. 

Magic whistle. (D.) 5758. 

Magicalulu. (M. P.) 3592. 

Magician's son. (D.) 3858. 

Magnificent darkness. (D.) 667. 

Magnificent heel. (D.) 1135. 

Magnolia blooms. (D.) 4909. 

Magnolia inn. (D.) 1774. 

Magnolias turn black. (D.) 5759. 

Magpie. (D.) 6798 (34) 

Maharaja & the merchant. (D.) 4410. 

Maid in the mist. (D.) 4411. 

Maid in U. S. A. (D.) 3885. 

Maid of Brazzaville. (D.) 4910. 

Maiden voyage. (D.) 1136. 

Maidens for harems. (D.) 4412. 

Maidens wanted. (D.) 1158. 

Mail order man. (D.) 1775. 

Main a la pate. (D.) 4413. 

Maintaining good working conditions. (M. P.) 
411. 

Maintaining quality standards. (M. P.) 412. 

Maintaining workers' interest. (M. P.) 2077. 

Make-believe murder. (D.) 3951. 

Make-believe wife. (M. P.) 6822 (35) 

Make way for love. (D.) 3501. 

Making a core box for a machine base. (M. P.) 
3126. 

Making a pattern for a machine molded steel globe 
& angle valve. (M. P.) 3127. 

Making a pattern requiring a cover core. (M. P.) 

3128. 
Making a pattern requiring box construction. (M. P.) 

3129. 
Making a pattern requiring segmental construction 

(M. P.) 3130. 
Making a pattern using a green & a dry sand core. 

(M. P.) 3131. 
Making a simple core. (M. P.) 2004. 
Making pattern, coreboxes & assembling cores 

for a water-cooled motor block. (M. P.) 3132. 
Mai que nos hacen. (D.) 821 (21) 
Malentendu. (D.) 5760. 
Mama had a hunch. (D.) 3886. 
Mama's bank account. (D.) 2774. 
Man alive. (M. P.) 6285. 
Man & the horse. (D.) 5761. 
Man behind the statue. (D.) 1137. 
Man can fly. (D.) 5762. 
Man from Boot hill. (D.) 1138. 
Man from Funeral Range. (M. P.) 6822 (36) 
Man from Oklahoma. (M. P.) 3593, 5262. 
Man from Utica. (D.) 5763. 
Man-hunt. (D.) 2598. 
Man hunt. (M. P.) 3549. 
Man 1 might have been. (D.) 5764. 
Man in a cafeteria. (D.) 4911. 
Man In The Moon. (D.) 1776. 
Man no one believed. (D.) 1777. 
Man on horseback. (D.) 4912, 5765. 
Man shortage. (D.) 3276. 
Man upstairs. (D.) 6798 (35) 
Man who came to dinner. (D.) 4418. 
Man who lived too long. (D.) 3430. 
Man who lived twice. (D.) 235. 
Man who made diamonds. (D.) 1310 (11) 
Man who walked alone. (M. P.) 6286. 
Man with the lovely veins. (D.) 1139. 
Man with the missing memory. (D.) 323. 
Man without a country. (D„) 6120 (17) 
Manfred. (D.) 2819. 



Manhattan at five. (D.) 1140. 

Manhattan miracle. (D.) 236. 

Manhattan serenade. (D.) 3887. 

Manhunt of Mystery Island. (M. P.) 846, 2039, 2464. 

Manicero. (M. P.) 3092. 

Manna from heaven. (D.) 1778. 

Manon Lescaut. (D.) 4414. 

Man's world. (M. P.) 6822 (37) 

Mantle of love. (D.) 5766. 

Manuela boy. (M. P.) 413. 

Manufacture of porous bronze bearings. (M. P.) 

6198. 
Many are the hearts. (D.) 1779. 
Many happy returns. (D.) 237. 
Map. (D.) 6557. 
Maranos. (D.) 238. 
Marcel Anspach's new Alice in Wonderland. (D.) 

2820. 
March of time. (D.) 239-243,668-671,1141-1145, 

1780-1783, 2285-2287, 2821-2826, 3375, 3376, 

3888, 3889. 
March to Babylon. (D.) 5925. 
March twenty -fourth. (D.) 244. 
Margaret. (D.) 245. 
Margaret & Gerard. (D.) 3890. 
Margitist. (D.) 2288. 
Marguerite. (D.) 5614. 
Mariage de Jacqueline. (D.) 4913. 
Marie Stuart. (D.) 4414. 
Marijuana nosegay. (D.) 2289. 
Mark. (D.) 2827. 
Mark of Cain. (D.) 3377. 
Mark of the Whistler. (M. P.) 1392. 
Mark upon Cain. (D.) 1784. 
Marked for life. (D.) 1146. 
Marked for murder. (M. P.) 6287. 
Market place. (D.) 4914. 
Marmouret. (D.) 4915. 
Marouf, the cobbler of Cairo. (D.) 5177 (4) 
Marriage bargain. (D.) 1650. 
Marriage fever. (D.) 1147. 
Marriage is the goal. (D.) 3891. 
Marriage question. (D.) 1310 (12), 1971 (8) 
Marriage will not take place. (D.) 6798 (36) 
Marriage with Susan. (D.) 2290. 
Marriages are made. (M. P.) 6822 (38) 
Married but single. (M. P.) 888 (15) 
Marry-go-round. (D.) 5767. 
Marrying Merry Bell. (D.) 1148. 
Marrying widow. (D.) 1785. 
Marshal of Laredo. (M. P.) 5263. 
Marshall's mother. (D.) 2253. 
Martha Hubbard's cupboard. (D.) 5768. 
Martha Washington. (D.) 4415. 
Martin house. (D.) 2291. 
Martir de la escalera. (D.) 1786. 
Martyrer. (D.) 5769. 
Mary & the rainbow . (D.) 1149. 
Mary comes marching home. (D.) 4916. 
Mary Gusta. (M. P.) 2108 (12) 
Mary had a little lamb. (D.) 2292. 
Mary Simmers. (D.) 4914. 
Mary with music. (D.) 5770. 
Mas dinero en el ordeno. (M. P.) 2040. 
Masked go-between. (D.) 4891. 
Masks. (D.) 3892. 
Masquerader. (D.) 2401 (5), 5177 (5) 
Master builder. (D.) 6690. 
Master key. 2465-2467, 3093-3098, 3594-3597. 
Masterpiece. (D.) 1150. 
Match-makers. (M. P.) 3176 (24) 
Matching Eve. (D.) 4416. 
Matilda Jane, the Christmas adventures of an old 

fashioned doll. (D.) 5771. 



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Matinee idylls. (D.) 3782. 

Matler of application. (D.) 672. 

Matter of life & death. (D.) 4917. 

Matter of time. (D.) 821(22) 

May & December. (D.) 673. 

Maybe tomorrow. (D.) 3378, 4918. 

Mayor Tom. (D.) 4417. 

Mayor's husband. (M. P.) 6288. 

Mazie. (D.) 4919. 

Me & Oily. (D.) 246. 

Meat we eat. (D.) 3893. 

Mechanical terror. (M. P.) 4131. 

Medal for Benny. (M. P.) 3598. 

Medal of honor. (D.) 2828. 

Medic. (D.) 1787. 

Medicine man. (D.) 6549. 

Medicine men. (D.) 1788. 

Medium rare. (D.) 1151. 

Medora. (D.) 674. 

Meet Corlis Archer. (D.) 247-251,675-677,1152- 

1157, 1789-1792, 2293, 2294, 2829-2836, 3379- 

3381, 3894-3896, 4418-4420, 4920. 
Meet Miss Bobby Socks. (M. P.) 1393. 
Meet Miss Joan. (D.) 6691. 
Meet my aunt. (D.) 678. 
Meet Parson Brown. (D.) 4921. 
Meet the Bennetts. (D.) 3897. 
Meet the hurricane. (D.) 4922. 
Meet the ladies. (D.) 4923. 
Meet your congressman. (D.) 3382. 
Meeting of Avis & Jured. (D.) 769. 
Mefistofela. (D.) 6798 (37) 
Melissa, the wandering bride. (D.) 6798 (38) 
Melody Lane. (D.) 3898. 
Melody mail call. (D.) 4924. 
Melted wings. (D.) 5772. 
Memories in masquerade. (D.) 2837. 
Memphis blues. (M. P.) 847. 
Men from the mountain. (D„) 3353. 
Men in her diary. (M. P.) 5264. 
Men must weep. (D.) 6692. 
Men of good will. (D.) 1793. 
Men of medicine. (M. P.) 5265. 
Men on her mind. (M. P.) 6289. 
Men without wives. (D.) 679. 
Meninas. (D.) 2838. 

Mephisto, Marguerite & Faust. (D.) 3285, 3383. 
Mercer girls. (D.) 1158. 
Merchant of Venice. (D.) 2839. 
Merciful. (D.) 4925. 
Merely co -incidental. (D.) 680. 
Merida & Campeche. (M. P.) 6290. 
Mermaid's singing. (D.) 3899. 
Merry Christmas by the thousand. (D.) 321. 
Merry Christmas plays. (D.) 5773. 
Mesa verde. (D.) 4421. 
Mess production. (M. P.) 6291. 
Mess sergeant Claus. (D.) 252. 
Message to Marsha. (D.) 1030. 
Messieurs mon mari. (D.) 4926. 
Metamorphosis of Miss Ramsey. (D.) 5774. 
Metara seeks power. (D.) 1918. 
Metropolitan police. (D.) 4927. 
Mexican melody. (M. P.) 6292. 
Mexican sea sports. (M. P.) 3099. 
Mexicana. (M. P.) 6293. 
Mi Espana. (M. P.) 5266. 
Michael. (D.) 4928. 

Michael Axford - movie star. (D.) 1715. 
Mickey. (M. P.) 3709 (28) 
Micro-phonies. (M. P.) 6294. 
Midge meets Mudge. (D.) 4632. 



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Midget murder mystery. (D.) 3245. 

Midnight fantasy. (D.) 5775. 

Midnight foretells the dawn. (D.) 2840. 

Midnight manhunt. (M. P.) 4129. 

Midsummer night's dream. (D.) 6798 (39) 

Mighty fallen. (D.) 2841. 

Mighty Mouse & the Kilkenny cats. (M. P.) 4569. 

Mighty Mouse & the pirates. (M. P.) 5267. 

Mighty Mouse & the Wolf. (M. P.) 4570. 

Mighty Mouse at the circus. (M. P.) 2468. 

Mighty Mouse in Gypsy life. (M. P.) 4571. 

Mighty Mouse in Raiding the raiders. (M. P.) 4572. 

Mighty Mouse in the Green line. (M. P.) 414. 

Mighty Mouse in the Port of Missing Mice. (M. P.) 

4130. 
Mighty Mouse in the Silver streak. (M. P.) 6295. 
Mighty Mouse in Wolf! Wolf. (M. P.) 415. 
Mikado. (D.) 3521. 

Mike & Henriette go house -hunting. (D.) 3384. 
Mike's girl. (D.) 4929. 
Mile-A-Minute Kendall. (M. P.) 5369 (20) 
Military tactics. (D.) 253. 
Mill pond. (D.) 4422. 
Millennium I. (D.) 2842. 
Milling a helical cutter. (M. P.) 4127. 
Milling a template. (Mo P.) 4124. 
Million dollar dollies. (M. P.) 6822 (39) 
Million dollar partner. (M. P.) 2469. 
Millionaire's double. (M. P.) 3176 (25) 
Milly. (D.) 3385. 

Milton dictating to his daughters. (D.) 2843. 
Mind mysteries. (D.) 6693. 
Mind over murder. (D.) 1212. 
Miner affair. (M. P.) 6296. 
Minister's aunt. (D.) 5776. 
Ministry of fear. (M. P.) 848. 
Minstrel boy. (D.) 4022. 
Miracle in the park. (D.) 4423. 
Miracle on the Pullman. (D.) 1159. 
Miracles plus. (D.) 1794. 
Mirage. (D.) 3900. 
Mis' Nelly. (D.) 6798 (40) 
Miserables. (D.) 2132. 
Miserables. (M. P.) 3176 (26) 
Miser's money. (D.) 5724. 
Miss Gillie Flagg. (D.) 1795. 
Miss Haley's husband. (D.) 1160. 
Miss Hattie & Virgie. (D.) 3901. 
Miss Innocence. (M. P.) 6490 (33) 
Miss Lizzie. (D.) 6694. 
Miss Maria. (D.) 6798 (41) 
Miss Millions. (D.) 4930. 
Miss Robinson Crusoe. (M. P.) 3709(29) 
Miss Susan Ainsley. (D.) 2844. 
Miss U. S. A. (M„ P.) 888 (16) 
Miss Winkler comes of age. (D.) 5777. 
Missing. (M. P.) 5369 (21) 
Missing corpse. (M. P.) 6297. 
Missing dead. (D.) 1873. 
Missing finger. (M. P.) 3176 (10) 
Missing juror. (M„ P.) 1394. 
Mission from Moscow. (D.) 3902. 
Missouri goes to town. (D.) 2247. 
Mr. & Mistress. (D.) 4931. 
Mr. Archer takes a trip. (D.) 3380. 
Mr. Capricorn. (D.) 6119. 
Mr. Emmanuel. (M. P.) 3100. 
Mr. History explains. (D.) 254. 
Mr. Jackson from Jacksonville. (M. P.) 3101. 
Mr. Logan, U. S. A. (M P.) 6822 (40) 
Mr. Lucifer. (D.) 6695. 
Mr. Luck. (D.) 4932. 



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Mr. Meeker. (D.) 5713. 

Mr. Muggs rides again. (M P.) 6298. 

Mr. Nobody. (D.) 6696. 

Mr. Parker - hero. (M. P.) 3176 (27) 

Mr. Penguin. (D.) 2295. 

Mr. Pisces. (D.) 6797. 

Mr. Pjrle. (D.) 28*5. 

Mr. Skeffington. (D.) 5747. 

Mr. Ten Percent. (D.) 2846. 

Mr. Tutt. (D.) 2296. 

Mr. Watkins below stairs. (D.) 5778. 

Mr. Winkle goes to war. (M. P.) 416. 

Mr. X blues. (M. P.) 3102. 

Mrs. Aquarius. (D.) 6120. 

Mrs. Beamish. (D.) 6120 (18) 

Mrs. Bollingbrook's son. (D.) 3386. 

Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh. (D.) 821 (23) 

Mrs. Cassel's correspondence club. (D.) 2297. 

Mrs. Murphy's chowder. (D.) 3903. 

Mrs. Plaster of Paris. (D.) 5779. 

Mixed controls. (D.) 2847. 

Modern children. (D.) 2848. 

Modern Guatemala city. (M, P.) 5268. 

Modern Madonna. (D.) 255. 

Modern photo-engraving. (M. P.) 6809. 

Modern romance. (M. P.) 2552 (17) 

Molder. (D.) 681. 

Molding a horizontal cored part. (M. P.) 2010. 

Molding a valve body. (M. P.) 2436. 

Molding part having a vertical core. (M. P.) 2005. 

Molding part with deep green sand core. (M. P.) 

2009. 
Molding with a gated pattern. (M. P.) 2007. 
Molding with a loose pattern, bench. (M. P.) 2003. 
Molding with a loose pattern, floor. (M„ P.) 2008. 
Molding with a split pattern. (M- P.) 2006. 
Molding with a three part flask. (M. P.) 2437. 
Mollusc. (D.) 3529 (9) 
Molly & me. (M. P.) 3599. 
Molly entangled. (M. P.) 499 (9) 
Moment at home. (D.) 3904. 
Mommy. (D.) 2298. 
Mommy & daddy. (D.) 5780. 
Momzer. (D.) 2299. 
Monarca. (D.) 1250. 
Money. (D.) 4081 (12) 
Money making milking. (M. P.) 2041. 
Money or mutiny. (D.) 2849. 
Mongrels. (M. P.) 6822 (41) 
Monkey business. (D.) 3387. 
Monkey sees murder. (D.) 307. 
Monomania. (M. P.) 3176 (28) 
Monsieur de Falindor. (D.) 4933. 
Monsieur Lamberthier. (D.) 682. 
Monsoon madness. (D.) 683. 
Monster & the ape. (M. P.) 4131-4145. 
Monster maker. (M. P.) 6299. 
Mont Blanc. (D.) 3388. 
Moon blossom. (D.) 2300. 
Moon for the misbegotten. (D.) 3905. 
Moon gate. (D.) 3389. 
Moon of Manakoora. (M. P.) 6300. 
Moonlight mazurka. (D.) 2301. 
Moonshine. (M. P.) 5369 (22) 
Moonshiners Creek. (D.) 4424. 
Moontide. (D.) 2814. 
Moral law. (M. P.) 3176 (29) 
More love, brother. (D.) 1161. 
More perfect union. (D.) 4934. 
More precious than rubies. (D.) 6697. 
More truth than poetry. (M. P.) 5369 (23) . 
Morey lane. (D.) 2850. 



INDEX 



Morgan's Gap. (D.) 4895. 

Morgan's lady. (D.) 3906. 

Morning after. (D.) 5781. 

Mortal sin. (M. P.) 2552 (18) 

Mortar bomb. (M. P.) 1378. 

Moscow nights. (M. P.) 3600. 

Mosquito. (M. P.) 5178. 

Mother Bistro. (D.) 684. 

Mother Goose. (D.) 1162, 1796, 3907. 

Mother Goose bandit. (D.) 1235. 

Mother Goose nightmare. (M. P.) 6226. 

Mother helps out. (D.) 2302. 

Mother isn t strong. (D.) 2851. 

Mother knows best. (D.) 685. 

Mother Nature & Progress. (D.) 6798 (42) 

Mother of the bride. (D.) 4935. 

Mother to love. (D.) 1163. 

Mothers of destiny. (D.) 4425. 

Motive in motion. (D.) 3390. 

Mouches. (D.) 4936. 

Moumou. (D.) 4937, 4938. 

Mourning becomes mamma. (D.) 5782. 

Mouse comes to dinner. (M. P.) 3103. 

Mouse in Manhattan. (M. P.) 4146. 

Mouse trouble. (M. P.) 849. 

Mousetrap. (D.) 5783. 

Move out of my sun. (D.) 5784. 

Move over girls. (D.) 4939. 

Movie pest. (D.) 3500. 

Movietone news. (M. P.) 417-425, 850-856, 
1395-1401, 2042-2049, 2470-2478, 3104-3113, 
3601-3607, 4147-4157, 4573-4578, 5269-5278, 
6301-6319. 

Moving finger. (D.) 686, 2303. 

Much ado about charity. (D.) 4732. 

Mud Flats detective. (D.) 4886. 

Mud show. (D.) 1164. 

Mulberry bush. (D.) 687. 

Mum's the word. (D.) 2831. 

Murder & the dope racket. (D.) 6623. 

Murder at midnight. (D.) 5785. 

Murder at night. (M. P.) 4096. 

Murder by candle light. (D.) 6747. 

Murder by fire. (D.) 308. 

Murder by specialists. (D.) 606. 

Murder by suicide. (D.) 303. 

Murder goes to college. (D.) 305. 

Murder, he says. (M. P.) 3114. 

Murder in cell seventeen. (D.) 2917. 

Murder in red. (D.) 2260. 

Murder in the afternoon. (D.) 1797. 

Murder in the worst degree. (D.) 2304. 

Murder, my sweet. (M. P.) 1402. 

Murder on ice. (D.) 1692. 

Murder on schedule. (D.) 5112. 

Murder on the houseboat. (D.) 1798. 

Murder on the trail. (D.) 2599. 

Murder presides. (D.) 4940. 

Murder with a bustle. (D.) 1029. 

Murderer presides. (D.) 1165. 

Murdering ghost. (D.) 5046. 

Murderous reunion. (D.) 4941. 

Murray -go-round. (D.) 5786. 

Music for millions. (M. P.) 426. 

Music goes round & round. (D.) 2305. 

Music hath charms. (D.) 4426. 

Music hath charms. (M„ P.) 3709 (30) 

Music men. (D.) 6698. 

Music of today & tomorrow. (D.) 4942. 

Music of your life. (D.) 4943. 

Music on trial. (D.) 3908. 

Music shop. (M. P.) 2479. 



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Musical Mexico. (M. P.) 2050. 

Musical novelties. (M. P.) 6320. 

Musical way. (M. P.) 4178. 

Musical wordo quiz. (D.) 4427. 

Mutt 'n bones. (M. P.) 3115. 

Mutual benefit. (D.) 4944. 

My advice to you. (D.) 2852. 

My baby said yes. (M. P.) 5279. 

My blue heaven. (M. P.) 1403. 

My Chicago. (D.) 3909. 

My Chickashay gal. (M. P.) 6321. 

My cousin. (M. P.) 6822 (42) 

My dreams are getting better all the time. (M. 

3608. 
My heart is yours. (D.) 256. 
My husband's wife. (M. P.) 3176 (30) 
My Jack. (D.) 3391. 



P.) 



(D.) 
257. 
(M. 



1799. 



P.) 6322. 
(M. P.) 6490 (34) 
(D.) 2853. 
5787. 
(D.) 1166. 



My lady make-believe. 

My morning star. (D.) 

My name is Julia Ross. 

My own United States. 

My sister! My sister. 

My soldier girls. (D.) 

My soldier's returning. 

My son. (D.) 112. 

My son, my son. (D.) 1701. 

My very dear clients. (D.) 3910. 

Myra. (D.) 1648. 

Mysterious lady. (D.) 2306. 

Mysterious Mr. Harris. (D.) 1800. 

Mysterious rider. (M. P.) 6323. 

Mysterious stranger. (D.) 3392. 

Mystery at the old fort. (D.) 4428. 

Mystery in the woodshed. (D.) 2763. 

Mystery in white. (D.) 3393. 

Mystery of the dead machinist. (D.) 3767. 

Mystery of the horse pistol. (D.) 1801. 

Mystery of the payroll. (M. P.) 4097. 

Mystery of the river boat. 427-431, 1404-1409. 

Mystery of Wonderful Willie. (D.) 5018. 

Mystic charm. (D.) 3394. 

Mystic heart. (D.) 1187. 

NJU. (D.) 5177(6) 

Naamon of Syria. (D.) 1168. 

Naked mountain. (D.) 3395. 

Name, rank, serial number. (D.) 5788. 

Namesake girl. (D.) 4945. 

Nancy Bluetooth of Butterfly Bush. (D.) 3861. 

Napoleon caught napping. (D.) 6798 (54) 

Natalie. (D.) 3911. 

Natchez. (D.) 1802. 

National velvet. (M. P.) 

Nation's capital. (M. P.) 

Natural son. (D.) 4946. 

Naturally navy. (D.) 1803. 

Naughty nineties. (M. P.) 3609. 

Nautch dance. (M. P.) 3610. 

Nautical but nice. (D.) 5789. 

Nautical but nice. (M. P.) 5281. 

Navajo Kid. (M. P.) 6810. 

Navajo trails. (M. P.) 1410. 

Naval air station & its work. (M. P.) 2480. 

Navy forever. (D.) 4429. 

Navy nurse. (M. P.) 1411. 

Navy says, navy does. (D.) 3396. 

Nearer the kingdom. (D.) 4947. 

Nearly married. (M. P.) 5369 (24) 

Necking & threading by use of attachment & by 

die head. (M. P.) 3590. 
Ne'er-do-wells. (D.) 3397. 
Neighbors. (D.) 1557. 
Neighbors' eyes. (D.) 3398. 
Neighbor's keyhole. (M. P.) 5369 (25) 



432. 
5280. 



Pt. I. n. s. r v. 18 



Nellie Bly. (D.) 5790. 
Nellie was a lady. (D.) 5791. 
Nelson streamlined newspaper carrier boy sales- 
men training. (D.) 1804. 
N'emportez rien. (D.) 4430. 
Neptune's soap. (D.) 688. 
Nevada. (M. P.) 1412. 
Never a dull moment. (D.) 5*792. 
Never a holiday. (D.) 6699. 
Never save your love letters. (D.) 4307. 
Never say dye. (D.) 5793. 
Never say yes. (M. P.) 433. 
Never too old to swing. (M. P.) 6324. 
New Alice in Wonderland. (D.) 4431. 
New blue suit. (D.) 3399. 
New dawn. (D.) 689. 
New day. (D.) 690. 
New dog. (D.) 4432. 
New England. (M. P.) 3116. 
New frontier. (D.) 5794. 
New horizons. (D.) 3912. 
New Jersey, Pa. (D.) 2854. 
New king - Josiah. (D.) 5927. 
New Orleans melodies. (M. P.) 3611. 
New quiz kid. (D.) 4948. 
New South. (M. P.) 5282. 
New spirit. (M. P.) 4158. 
New state guns. (D.) 4881. 
New supervisor takes a look at his job. (M. P.) 

2078. 
New way to play records. (D.) 4949. 
New ways in farming. (M. P.) 5283. 
New York incident. (D.) 3400. 
News of the day. (M. P.) 434-439, 857-866, 

2051-2065, 2481-2489, 3612-3627, 4579-4600, 

5284-5291, 6325-6342. 
Nick Carter & the mystery at Spring Lake. (D.) 

305. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of Hangman's wood. 

(D.) 2914. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the abandoned gravel 

pit. (D.) 732. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the black widow spiders 

(D.) 1868. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the dead scottie. (D.) 

734. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the death on the beach. 

(D.) 303. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the Grecian daggers. 

(D.) 304. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the midnight alarm. 

(D.) 308. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the missing artist. 

(D.) 1872. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the missing body. (D.) 

306. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the missing John Doe. 

(D.) 1212. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the murder book. (D.) 

1871. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the murdered scien- 
tist. (D.) 1211. 
Nick Carter & U»e mystery of the persecuted actor. 

(D.) 1870. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the Peruvian red 

mark. (D.) 307. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the shattered watch. 

(D.) 1874. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the Tory Island 

murders. (D.) 1213. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the traitor's gold. 

(D.) 2329. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the unburied body. 

(D.) 1873. 



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INDEX 



Nick Carter & the mystery of the unlucky jockey. 

(D.) 1869. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the upstate murders. 

(D.) 733. 
Nick Carter & the mystery of the Vedanta killings. 

(D.) 1214. 
Niels Ebbesen. (D.) 5795. 
Night. (D.) 2855. 
Night clerk. (D.) 6700. 
Night errand. (D.) 2856. 
Night of nights. (D.) 258. 
Night patrol. (D.) 2857. 
Nightspot. (D.) 4950. 
Night star. (D.) 5796. 
Night wind. (D.) 2858. 
Nightmare. (D.) 3913, 4951. 
Nincompompus on Olympus. (D.) 6701. 
Nine cheers for Christmas. (D.) 5797. 
Nine thousand miles is here. (D.) 2859. 
1952. (D.) 4952. 

1945 overture to Uncle Sam. (D.) 3914. 
90 degree system. (M. P.) 2451. 
Nitro for Pablo. (D.) 3361. 
No can do. (M. P.) 6343. 
No cross, no crown. (D.) 1805. 
No dough, boys. (M. P.) 1413. 
No East or West. (D.) 4953. 
No Man's Land. (M. P.) 6822 (43) 
No medals. (D.) 259. 
No mother to guide her. (D.) 2307. 
No, no, baby. (M. P.) 1414. 
No ordinary picnic. (D.) 5798. 
No reason or rhyme. (D.) 4954. 
No rehearsals required. (D.) 4955. 
No room in" the inn. (D.) 3401. 
No saU. (M. P.) 6344. 
No smoking. (D.) 821 (24) 
No sunset sacrificed. (D.) 3402. 
No time for love. (D.) 260. 
No time for tears. (D.) 1806. 
No time to lose. (M. P.) 4601. 
No trumpet answers. (D.) 5799. 
No vacancies. (D.) 4956. 
No way out. (D.) 5800. 
Nob hill. (M. P.) 4602. 
Noble David. (D.) 4957. 
Nobody. (M. P.) 5369 (27) 
Nobody knows. (M. P.) 3628. 
None but the brave. (D.) 261. 
None of your business. (D.) 3915. 
Normandy fireside. (D.) 2308. 
Norteamericano en Mejico. (D.) 794. 
Nose on your face. (D.) 4958. 
Not china dishes. (D.) 1807. 
Not guaranteed. (D.) 3288. 
Not quite perfect. (D.) 4959. 
Not so hopeless. (D.) 3403. 
Not so simple, Simon. (D.) 5801. 
Not so smart. (D.) 3305. 
Nothing but lies. (D.) 6798 (43) 
Nothing but the best. (D.) 4960. 
Nothing in common. (D.) 1169. 
Nothing in its place. (D.) 4961. 
Nothing is ever lost. (D.) 616. 
Nothing to wear.. (M. P.) 3176 (31) 
Nouvelle ecole. (D.) 4838. 
Nova Scotia. (M. P.) 3629. 
November moon. (D.) 2860. 
Now, hear this. (D.) 3404. 
Now is the time. (D.) 3916. 
Now really, Peter. (D.) 691. 
Now, the peace. (M. P.) 4159. 
Now, thou art gone. (D.) 3405. 



Now you're talking. (D.) 5802. 

Nowhere fast. (D.) 4962. 

Nowonarodzona. (D.) 4963. 

Nuggets to you. (D.) 5803. 

Number one enemy. (D.) 1808. 

Numbers racket. (D.) 4316. 

Nursery rhymes modernized. (D.) 692. 

Nursing. (M. P.) 440, 2066, 3630, 3631, 6345- 

6347. 
Nursing, care of the newborn baby. (M. P.) 6348. 
Nursing, therapeutic uses of heat and cold. (M. P.) 

6349, 6350. 
Nuts in May. (D.) 4964. 
Nuts to you. (D.) 693, 2861. 
Nutty night. (D.) 2309. 
Nymphs of the lake. (M. P.) 2067. 
O mistress mine. (D.) 6702. 
Oath. (D.) 4433. 
Oath of vengeance. (M. P.) 6351. 
Obey or not obey, that is the question. (D.) 3917. 
Objective, Burma. (M. P.) 1415. 
Oboler omnibus. (D.) 3918. 
Obstacle course. (D.) 608. 
Ocean of air. (M. P.) 3039. 
O'Daniel. (D.) 6703. 
Odds & even. (D.) 4902. 
Odor-able kitty. (M. P.) 2068. 
Of love & hate. (D.) 1809. 
Of Luther Jones. (D.) 2240. 
Of Mercedes called Mary. (D.) 2862. 
Off again, on again. (M. P.) 2490. 
Off the record. (D.) 1810. 
Off we go. (D.) 2863. 
Off with the head. (D.) 3919. 
Officer 666. (D.) 6798 (44) 
Oh, Albert. (D.) 2401 (6) 
Oh aldehuela de Belen. (D.) 2595. 
Oh, brother. (D.) 1811. 
Oh! Chemise. (D.) 6798 (45) 
Oh! Julia. (D.) 3406. 
Oh, Marie. (M. P.) 5292. 
Oh, momma, it's Joe. (D.) 1812. 
Oh oh uhm uhm. (M. P.) 1416. 
Oh Puerto Rico querido. (D.) 2864. 
Oh! Say can you see. (D.) 1813. 
Oh-so-big, the ostrich. (D.) 2310. 
Oh! Susanna. (D.) 5804. 
Oh, to be single again. (D.) 1814. 
Oh! You Shakespeare. (D.) 3034 (11) 
Oh-h-e-e my, my. (M. P.) 6811. 
Oif di berg fun Golil. (D.) 2865. 
Ointment trouble. (D.) 4434. 
Oira polka. (M. P.) 5293. 
Oiseau de verre. (D.) 4965. 
Old fashioned garden of flowers. (D.) 694. 
Old lady shows her medals. (D.) 6798 (46) 
Old snapshot. (D.) 4966. 
Old Tom. (D.) 6552. 
Old wives for new. (M. P.) 5369 (26) 
Olde Front street. (D.) 4435. 
Olympic champ. (M. P.) 1417. 
Olympus avenue. (D.) 6704. 
Omaha wire. (D.) 3358. 
On approval. (M. P.) 2069. 
On furlough. (D.) 695. 
On heaven's doorstep. (D.) 696, 2866, 4436. 
On Ludgate hill. (D.) 3407. 
On stage everybody. (M. P.) 5294. 
On stage for murder. (M. P.) 3098. 
On the air. (D.) 5805. 
On the downbeat. (D.) 1815. 
On the jump. (M. P.) 6822 (44) 
On the mellow side. (M. P.) 441. 



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On the nose. (D.) 4437. 

On the quiet. (M. P.) 6822 (45) 

On the spot. (M. P.) 4095. 

On trial. (D.) 3296. 

On with the dance. (D.) 6120 (19) 

Once there was a prince. (D.) 262. 

Once upon a clothesline. (D.) 5806. 

Once upon a time. (D.) 697. 

One a minute. (D.) 6705. 

One -act plays for today. (D.) 3408. 

One against the Rafter-M. (D.) 4885. 

One body too many. (M. P.) 442. 

One foot in Connecticut. (D.) 698. 

One foot in heaven. (D.) 1816-1821, 2311-2314, 

3920-3923, 5807-5812, 6706-6708. 
One holy day. (D.) 3924. 
One hundred & sixty-eight steps. (D.) 1170. 
100,000 hours. (D.) 4967. 
One-man show. (D.) 699. 
One meat ball. (M. P.) 1418. 
One more American. (M. P.) 3709 (31) 
One must eat. (D.) 1971 (9) 
One mysterious night. (M. P.) 443. 
One night in Paris. (D.) 3409. 
One of many. (M. P.) 888 (17) 
One of our own. (D.) 3925. 
One under the coat. (D.) 1822. 
One went to the gallows. (D.) 1576. 
One who gets slapped. (D.) 4968. 
Onion patch. (D.) 6709. 
Only all-glass coffee brewer. (M. P.) 6352. 
Only road. (M. P.) 6822 (46) 
Only yesterday. (D.) 2812, 3926. 
Open door. (M. P.) 6353. 
Open house at Muldoon's. (D.) 4438. 
Open season for saps. (Mo P.) 1419. 
Opportunity. (M. P.) 6822.(47) 
Opportunity auction block of the air. (D.) 4439. 
Opportunity bureau. (D.) 4969. 
Opportunity Smith. (D.) 2273. 
Opposite of woman. (D.) 5813. 
Opus 45. (D.) 3410. 
Opus number one. (D.) 5814. 
Or else. (D.) 6710. 
Orchids for glamour. (D.) 1171. 
Orders from Tokyo. (M. P.) 5295. 
Oregon trail. (M. P.) 3632. 
Orgullo se castiga. (D.) 3411. 
Oriental merchant. (D.) 4440. 
Orientation. (D.) 700. 
Orpheus in Hades. (D.) 701. 
Osbornes. (D.) 6711. 
Ostrich. (D.) 1172. 
Oswald & Skip. (D.) 5815. 
Oswald & the Champ. (D.) 5815. 
Othello. (D.) 5816. 
Othello, the Moor of Venice, The tragedy of. (D.) 

6120 (20) 
Other girl. (D.) 821 (25) 
Other men's daughters. (M. P.) 6490 (35) 
Ouanga. (D.) 2867. 
Ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. 

(D.) 1173, 5817. 
Ouphe of the wood. (D.) 1823. 
Our daughter Barbara. (D.) 4734. 
Our day is of time. (D.) 5818. 
Our family. (D.) 3412. 
Our fathers. (D.) 702. 
Our hearts are with you. (D.) 1824, 
Our little wife. (M. P.) 6490 (36) 
Our loving husband. (D.) 3927. 
Our monthly objections. (D.) 703. 
Our Russian cousin. (D.) 2868. 
Our Sarah. (D.) 2315. 



Our vines have tender grapes. (M. P.) 4603. 

Out fishin'. (M. P.) 1420. 

Out of hell. (D.) 3413. 

Out of life. (D.) 3414. 

Out of the darkness. (D.) 617. 

Out of the night. (M. P.) 6354. 

Out of the past. (D.) 1174, 3287. 

Out of the storm. (D.) 1705. 

Out of their time. (D.) 1825. 

Out of this world. (M. P.) 3633. 

Out of time. (D.) 263. 

Out where the West begins. (D.) 1175. 

Outdoor living. (M. P.) 5296. 

Outgoing of their majesties. (D.) 4970. 

Outlaw deputy. (D.) 6675. 

Outlaws of the Rockies. (M. P.) 5297. 

Outsider. (M. P.) 5369 (27) 

Outwitted. (M. P.) 5369 (28) 

Over twenty-one. (D.) 3928. 

Over 21. (M. P.) 4160. 

Overhauling camshaft assembly & crankcase section. 

(M. P.) 6131. 
Overhauling crankshaft assembly. (M. P.) 6132. 
Overhauling the carburetor. (M. P.) 6133. 
Overnight guests. (D.) 1176. 
Overseas bride. (D.) 6712. 
Overseas roundup. (M. P.) 1421. 
Overseas roundup, no. 2. (M. P.) 3117. 
Overseas roundup, no. 3. (M. P.) 4161. 
Owen Wingrave. (D.) 264. 
Oxydol's own Ma Perkins. (D.) 704, 1177, 1178, 

1826, 2316, 2869, 3415, 3929, 4971, 4972. 
Pacific service. (D.) 1711. 
Paddle your own. (M. P.) 6355. 
Pagliacci. (D.) 4694. 
Painted Madonna. (M. P.) 888 (18) 
Painter & the pointer. (M. P.) 444. 
Painting & decorating. (M. P.) 6356. 
Pair of Cupids. (M. P.) 6822 (48) 
Palm tree salad. (D.) 6713. 
Pan-Americana. (M. P.) 1422. 
Panto patches. (D.) 1179. 
Papa by request. (D.) 705. 
Papa Papali. (D.) 2596. 
Papa says no. (D.) 4973. 
Papa takes a holiday. (D.) 702. 
Paper magic. (M. P.) 6357. 
Parachute jump. (D.) 1827. 
Parade. (D.) 1828, 3416, 3930, 5819. 
Parade of progress. (M. P.) 6358. 
Paradise. (D.) 2870. 
Paradise alley. (D.) 706. 
Paradise hall. (D.) 5820. 
Paradise VaUey. (D.) 5720. 
Paragraph Americana. (D.) 1829. 
Paramount news. (M. P.) 445-454, 1423-1442, 

2491-2508, 3634-3651, 4162-4170, 4604-4612, 

6359-6373. 
Pardon my gun. (D.) 4441. 
Pardon my oomph. (D.) 4442. 
Pardon my past. (M. P.) 6374. 
Parents' magazine on the air. (D.) 265-268, 707- 

710, 1830-1840, 2871-2877, 4974-4985. 
Parents on trial. (D.) 2878. 
Paris underground. (M. P.) 5298. 
Parking of Dexter's car. (D.) 2832. 
Parlor, bedroom & bath. (D.) 3034 (12) 
Part du diable. (D.) 4986. 
Parted in the middle. (D.) 4888. 
Partly cloudy. (D.) 1841. 
Partners. (D.) 1649. 
Partners in a pinch. (D.) 2317. 
Partners in crime. (D.) 2238. 
Party girl. (D.) 2700. 



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Passing show of 1946. (D.) 5821. 

Passport to heaven. (M. P.) 455. 

Pat Henry of Liberty high. (D.) 5822. 

Patching fabric. (M. P.) 1974. 

Patching plywood. (M. P.) 2403. 

Patent office yesterday, today & tomorrow. (D.) 

4987. 
Pathways to progress. (M. P.) 1443. 
Patient spinner. (D.) 4443. 
Patre. (D.) 4988. 
Patrick Henry. (D.) 4444. 
Patriot. (M. P.) 3709 (32) 
Patronne. (D.) 4989. 
Patsy. (D.) 5823. 

Pattern for a dream. (D.) 3417, 6714. 
Pattern for progress. (D.) 5824. 
Paul Jones. (D.) 4990, 6715. 
Paula Buchanan. (D.) 1573. 
Pause for a breeding spell. (D.) 4379. 
Pay day. (M. P.) 6822 (49) 
Payment deferred. (D.) 614. 
Payment in full. (D.) 3802. 
Peace ever afterwards. (D.) 711. 
Peace through love. (D.) 4991. 
Peace without victory. (D.) 1180. 
Peaceful heart. (D.) 3418. 
Peau de chagrin. (D.) 6689. 
Peck up your troubles. (M. P.) 6375. 
Pedestrian patterns. (M. P.) 2070. 
Peepshow plays. (D.) 1842. 
PeerGynt. (D.) 1843. 
Peg o' the pirates. (M. P.) 5369 (29) 
Peggy O'Neill. (M- P.) 3652. 
Peggy, the will o' the wisp. (M. P.) 3176 (32) 
Peggy was great. (D.) 5825. 
Pelican Peak. (D.) 4388. 
Penelope's daughters. (D.) 1844. 
Penny Dollar. (D.) 5826. 
Penny fancy. (D.) 1181. 
Penny for your corpse. (D.) 3950. 
Penny on the drum. (D.) 5827. 
Penny Post. (D.) 1845. 
Penthouse party. (M. P.) 456. 
People on paper. M. P.) 6376. 
Peoria street, U. S. A. (D.) 2879, 3419. 
Pep parade. (D.) 1182. 
Pere. (D.) 4992. 
Perfect day. (D.) 5177 (7) 
Perfect marriage. (D.) 3931. 
Perfume & tears. (D.) 1183. 
Peribanez y el comendador de Ocana. (D.) 4993. 
Pericles, a trilogy. (D.) 1846. 
PerU at End House. (D.) 1184. 
Periodic check-up. (M. P.) 3043. 
Periodic inspection, engine. (M. P.) 5185. 
Perruche bleue. (D.) 2318. 
Perry. (D.) 4383. 
Perry studios. (D.) 4445. 
Persian lamb. (D.) 6716. 
Personal touch. (D.) 2880, 3420. 
Personally conducted. (D.) 2881. 
Pesach streamlined. (D.) 1185. 
Pest. (M. P.) 888 (19) 
Pestilence & silver. (D.) 4398. 
Peter Grimes. (D.) 2882, 4994. 
Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater. (D.) 4446. 
Peter Rabbit. (D.) 1186. 
Peter the rock. (D.) 5828. 
Peter's pence. (D.) 269. 
Petite theatre. (D.) 4995. 
Petrified forest. (D.) 2813. 
Petticoat pilot. (M. P.) 2108 (12) 
Peur des miracles. (D.) 4447. 



INDEX 



Phantom brother. (D.) 322. 

Phantom Caballero. (D.) 3354. 

Phantom fountain. (D.) 4817. 

Phantom of 42nd street. (M. P.) 6377. 

Phantom of the plains. (M. P.) 5299. 

Phantom Rider. (M. P.) 6378. 

Phantom speaks. (M. P.) 2509. 

Phantoms, inc. (M. P.) 4171. 

Philandering ghost. (D.) 5510. 

Philippine sun-goddess & sun-god, Apo-ni-bo-li-na- 

yen & Ini-init. (D.) 4448. 
Philosopher's return. (D.) 270. 
Phil's girls. (D.) 4996. 
Photo finish. (D.) 1719. 
Phyllis. (D.) 4997. 
Piccolino. (D.) 3421. 
Pick a peck of plumbers. (M. P.) 2071. 
Pick up the pieces. (D.) 2883. 
Pickahit. (D.) 5829. 
Picture evidence. (D.) 2258. 
Picture in the dark. (D.) 1717. 
Picture in the paper show. (D.) 6499. 
Picture of Dorian Gray. (M. P.) 2072. 
Pidgin Island. (M. P.) 888 (20) 
Pie -eyed Piper of Hamlin. (D.) 4890. 
Piece of paper. (D.) 615. 
Pieces noires. (D.) 4998. 
Pieces roses. (D.) 4999. 
Pied Piper. (M. P.) 457. 
Pied Piper of Teentown. (D.) 5830. 
Piedigrotta e allegria. (D.) 271. 
Pierrette. (D.) 5000. 
Pike of the pony express. (D.) 6717. 
Pike's opera house. (D.) 4356. 
PUlow factory fire. (D.) 3766. 
Pillow of death. (M. P.) 6379. 
PUlow to post. (M. P.) 3118. 
Pinch-hitting for Santa. (D.) 5831. 
Ping pong. (D.) 3422. 
Pink garter. (D.) 2318. 
Pink string & sealing wax. (D.) 5832. 
Pink tea. (D.) 5001. 
Pink umbersol. (D.) 2235. 
Pioneers in the new world. (D.) 2884. 
Pioneers on parade. (D.) 3932. 
Pipes of Pan. (D.) 1971 (10) 
Pipes of Pan-demonium. (D.) 272. 
Pirate Island, (D.) 1187. 
Pirates' gold. (D.) 1188. 
Pirates of Penzance. (D.) 3423. 
Pirates of Penzance, Louisiana. (D.) 3423. 
Pistol packin' nitwits. (M. P.) 6380. 
Pit & the pendulum. (D.) 2885. 
Pitchman. (D.) 2886. 
Place in the Sun. (D.) 5833. 
Placing the right man on the job. (M. P.) 2079. 
Planing a dovetail slide. (M. P.) 2037. 
Planing rough surfaces to dimensions. (M. P.) 

1453. 
Planning & laying out work. (M. P.) 458. 
Plantation melodies. (M. P.) 2510. 
Planter of Malata. (D.) 5834. 
Plants & research laboratories of Hourdy. (M. P.) 

3119. 
Plastics inventor. (M. P.) 1444. 
Plateau gang. (D.) 6676. 
Play a month. (D.) 1971 (11) 
Play in the snow. (M. P.) 5300. 
Play that nearly wasn't. (D.) 712. 
Play time polka. (M. P.) 3120. 
Playboy. (D.) 5506. 
PlayheU in Playland. (D.) 2887. 
Playhouse. (D.) 6798 (47) 



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Playing in the park. (M. P.) 3653. 

Plays. (D.) 375 (6), 6798 (48) 

Plays & stunts for 4-H clubs. (D.) 5835. 

Plays of Anton Chekov. (D.) 5002. 

Plays without footlights. (D.) 1189. 

Pleas for peace. (D.) 5836. 

Pleased to meet you. (D.) 2888. 

Pledge of honor. (D.) 3424. 

Pledge to Bataan. (M. P.) 1445. 

Plots & playwrights. (D.) 375 (7) 

Plumbing. (M. P.) 6381. 

Plymouth pilgrimage. (D.) 5003. 

Po' me one. (D.) 2319. 

Pobyeda. (M. P.) 3066. 

Pocket book of basic English, pts. 1-4. (M. P.) 

5197. 
Poet & peanut. (M. P.) 1446. 
Poison with a past. (D.) 1214. 
Poisoned goblet. (D.) 770. 
Polar pest. (M. P.) 867. 
Poley. (D.) 3933, 6718. 
Police gazette. (D.) 273. 
Policing detail. (D.) 274. 
Polish Mazur. (M. P.) 5301. 
Polish that brass. (D.) 6719. 
Politics in Kansas. (D.) 713. 
Politics in the kitchen. (D.) 6720. 
Polly of the circus. (M. P.) 3709 (33) 
Polly's going up. (D.) 6798 (21) 
Polonaise. (D.) 1847. 
Polonaise. (M. P.) 6812. 
Poor boy's pluck. (D.) 61. 
Poor fish. (D.) 6120 (21) 
Poor lamb. (D.) 5837. 
Pop Jackson's kids. (D.) 275. 
Pop-pie a la mode. (M. P.) 3654. 
Pop's barometer. (D.) 1112. 
Popular science. (M. P.) 459, 1447, 2073, 3121, 

4613, 6382, 6813. 
Popularity. (D.) 3425. 

Porcelain protected surface wiring. (M. P.) 1350. 
Porkyliar piggy. (M. P.) 3122. 
Porphory bird. (D.) 4449. 
Port of Missing Mice. (M. P.) 4130. 
Portrait in black. (D.) 5004. 
Portraits in oil. (D.) 2889. 
Possession. (D.) 4450. 
Possom River bridge. (D.) 6681. 
Post war illuminations. (D.) 276. 
Post-war inventions. (M. P.) 3570. 
Post-war planning. (D.) 3934. 
Post-war schemer. (D.) 5729. 
Postman & the Christmas star. (D.) 5838. 
Pot & kettle. (D.) 3426, 3935. 
Pot of gold. (D.) 5005. 
Pottery poets. (M. P.) 6383. 
Power & the sword. (D.) 3936. 
Power bending conduit. (M. P.) 5226. 
Power house of aviation. (M. P.) 4172. 
Power of decision. (M. P.) 3176 (33) 
Power of gold. (D.) 3427. 
Power of the Whistler. (M. P.) 3123. 
Practically yours. (D.) 1448, 5742. 
Prairie rustlers. (M. P.) 6384. 
Prairie's not so far away. (M.' P.) 2511. 
Prayer for your problem. (D.) 714. 
Preacher & the bear. (M. P.) 2074. 
Precision wood machining, operations on the 

jointer. (M. P.) 1449-1452. 
Precision wood machining, operations on the single 

face surfacer. (M. P.) 1453. 
Precision wood machining, operations on the wood 

lathe. (M. P.) 1454-1458. 



pt T I, n, s„ y, 18 



Precision wood machining, problems in pattern- 
making. (M. P.) 3124-3133. 

Predicament program. (D.) 4772. 

Preface to glory. (D.) 5839. 

Preflight & daily inspection P-63. (M. P.) 6385. 

Preflight inspection, airplane. (M. P.) 5186. 

Preflight inspection, engine. (M. P.) 5187. 

Premiere etape. (D.) 5006. 

Prepare for combat. (D.) 277. 

Prepare for inspection. (D.) 278. 

Preparing old buildings for wiring. (M. P.) 5227. 

Present for Janey. (D.) 1119. 

Present mirth. (D.) 2890. 

Press photographers' show. (D.) 1848. 

Preston's dilemma. (D.) 1578. 

Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes. (M. P.) 868. 

Pretty rugged. (D.) 279. 

Price of victory. (D.) 3937. 

Pride of New York. (M, P.) 2108 (13) 

Pride of the marines. (M. P.) 4614. 

Prima donna. (D.) 3428. 

Primary cell. (M. P.) 2512. 

Prince & the merchant. (D.) 4451. 

Prince of melody. (D.) 5007. 

Prince of Peace. (D.) 5840. 

Prince Otto. (D.) 1190. 

Princess Papaya. (M. P.) 2513. 

Princess with the hundred dolls. (D.) 4452. 

Principles & uses. (M. P.) 6197. 

Principles of home canning. (M. P.) 3134. 

Prison ship. (M. P.) 6386. 

Private eye. (D.) 2891. 

Private lite of the master race. (D.) 280. 

Private Peat. (M. P.) 6822 (50) 

Private practise. (D.) 281. 

Private street. (D.) 1191. 

Problems in supervision. (M. P.) 2075-2082. 

Problems of housing. (M. P.) 3135. 

Prodigal doll. (D.) 821 (26) 

Professor, beware. (D.) 5841. 

Professor Broadway & Boitram. (D.) 2892. 

Progress. (D.) 6798 (42) 

Progress of mankind. (D.) 2320. 

Progressive honing with automatic sizing. (M. P.) 
6387. 

Project. (D.) 1192. 

Promise. (D.) 2243. 

Promise. (M. P.) 888 (21) 

Promised land. (D.) 1193. 

Promised rainbow. (D.) 3938. 

Proud white columns. (D.) 5842. 

Proverb girl & the booster boy. (D.) 715. 

Prunella. (M. P.) 5369 (30) 

Prussian cur. (M. P.) 6822 (51) 

Public be damned. (M. P.) 3709 (34) 

Public genius no. 1. (D.) 716. 

Puff. (D.) 4731. 

Pumpa pumpa. (M. P.) 2083. 

Punch & Judy. (D.) 1849, 3939. 

Pure follies. (D.) 1194. 

Pure of heart. (D.) 2321. 

Purely for pleasure. (D.) 1037. 

Purim's children. (D.) 282. 

Purity & the wolf. (D.) 717. 

Purity squad. (M. P.) 5302. 

Purple mask. (D.) 6798 (49) 

Purple Monster strikes. (M. P.) 5303, 6388. 

Pursuit to Algiers. (M. P.) 6389. 

Put two & two together. (D.) 5843. 

Putting it over on Henry. (M. P.) 2552 (19) 

Putzi. (D.) 6721. 

Pygmalion & the statue. (D.) 1195. 

Pyramid of life. (D.) 718. 



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Quackery, unlimited. (D.) 1703. 

Quality of power. (D.) 2893. 

Quarrel. (D.) 719. 

Queen loved herring. (D.) 117. 

Queen of Hearts. (M. P.) 6822 (52) 

Queen of the sea. (M. P.) 6822 (53) 

Queens back to back. (D.) 6722. 

Quest for happiness. (D.) 1310 (13) 

Quest of the Magi. (D.) 1850. 

Question boxing. (D.) 3940. 

Quick & the dead. (D.) 2322. 

Quick brown fox. (D.) 5008. 

Quick decision. (D.) 2894. 

Quiet, everybody. (D.) 720. 

Quiet please. (M. P.) 6390. 

Quiz baseball. (D.) 3941. 

Rx for madness. (D.) 5844. 

Race for Lennie. (D.) 1196. 

Racer of turtles. (D.) 1120. 

Racket. (D.) 618, 5845. 

Radio bingo. (D.) 1851. 

Radio black outs. (D.) 721. 

Radio broadcast. (D.) 1852. 

Radio drama in action. (D.) 5846. 

Radio fever. (D.) 5847. 

Radio football. (D.) 4453. 

Radio hall of fame. (D.) 283, 284, 722-725. 

Radio stars on parade. (M. P.) 6391. 

Radio y television. (D.) 5848. 

Radiotherapy. (M. P.) 6346. 

Raiding the raiders. (M. P.) 4572. 

Rain or shine. (D.) 6723. 

Rainbow at night. (D.) 285. 

Rainbow trail. (D.) 220, 6822 (54) 

Rajah diamond. (D.) 2272. 

Raleigh room. (D.) 286-290, 726-729, 1197-1199, 

1853-1857, 2323-2326, 2895-2898, 5009, 5010, 

5849-5854, 6724-6727. 
Ramona. (D.) 2899. 
Randolph family. (M. P.) 3136. 
Ranger justice. (D.) 5706. 
Ratio of 67 U. (D.) 1858. 
Raymond & the grim reaper. (D.) 1152. 
Raymond's lending library. (D.) 3894. 
Ready for murder. (D.) 734. 
Ready room. (D.) 1200. 
Reassembling the engine. (M. P.) 6134. 
Rebellion of Mr. Minor. (M. P.) 4627 (13) 
Recalling a name. (D.) 5011. 
Recipe for Santa Claus. (D.) 730. 
Reclamation. (D.) 2168. 
Recompense. (D.) 3294. 
Recon pilot. (D.) 2900. 
Reconditioned Romeo. (D.) 1859. 
Reconditioning a cultivator. (M. P.) 1357. 
Reconditioning a mower, pt. 2, Drive system. 

(M.P.) 1356. 
Recovered claim. (D.) 6551. 
Red & black. (D.) 5012. 
Red Fox. (D.) 3363. 
Red Horse hill. (M. P.) 5369 (11) 
Red mill. (D.) 2901. 
Red River moon. (D.) 6728. 
Red wagon. (M. P.) 3655. 
Red, white & blue blood. (M. P.) 5369 (31) 
Redemption. (D.) 3299. 
Redesigning a pattern for production purposes. 

(M. P.) 3133. 
Reforestation. (D.) 3942. 
Reform of Luther Gates. (D.) 5721. 
Refugee. (D.) 3943. 
Regards from Charlie. (D.) 731. 
Regeneration of Reginald. (M. P.) 3176 (34) 



INDEX 



Regina. (D.) 1860. 

Regner apres sa mort. (D.) 5013. 

Rehabilitee. (D.) 291. 

Rehearsal. (D.) 2902. 

Rehearsal for murder. (D.) 6729. 

Reina del Ariel. (D.) 2903. 

Reine morte. (D.) 5013. 

Rejuvenated husband. (D.) 2327. 

Relax & murder. (D.) 6748. 

Reliable Henry. (M. P.) 888 (22) 

Relinquished light. (D.) 5014. 

Reluctant virgin. (D.) 5855. 

Removing & inspecting cylinders. (M. P.) 6135. 

Renaud et Armide. (D.) 5015. 

Rendezvous with love & tragedy. (D.) 2904. 

Renegades. (M. P.) 6392. 

Repainting a frame building. (M. P.) 1359. 

Repair of inguinal hernia indirect & direct. (M. P.) 

460. 
Repairing a wooden rib. (M. P.) 2404. 
Repairing structural tubing. (M. P.) 1975. 
Replacement mother. (D.) 1201. 
Report for madam. (D.) 2328. 
Report on the jet propulsion. (M. P.) 6393. 
Report to my relatives. (D.) 2905. 
Report to the nation. (D.) 292-302, 1202-1209, 

1861-1867, 2906-2910, 3944-3949, 4454-4459. 
Reprise. (D.) 5016. 
Reservations, in advance. (D.) 1210. 
Resisting enemy interrogation. (D.) 5788. 
Restitution. (D.) 5708. 
Retired. (D.) 6730. 
Retourne. (D.) 2911. 
Retreat to kindness. (D.) 6587. 
Return. (D.) 2912. 
Return engagement. (D.) 2913. 
Return of Lucrezia Borgia. (D.) 5861. 
Return of Nick Carter. (D.) 303-308, 732-734, 

1211-1214, 1868-1874, 2329-2331, 2914-2918, 

3429-3431, 3950-3953, 4460-4464, 5017, 5018, 

5856-5863, 6731-6734. 
Return of Oliver Perry. (D.) 4317. 
Return of the children. (D.) 5864. 
Return of the Durango Kid. (M. P.) 3137. 
Return of the innocent. (D.) 2919. 
Return of the Maquis. (D.) 309. 
Return of the Rangers. (M. P.) 6394. 
Return to madness. (D.) 5865. 
Reunion. (D.) 735. 
Revanche - Marion. (D.) 2920. 
Revelation. (M. P.) 6490 (37) 
Revenge. (M. P.) 6490 (38) 
Reveries of a station house. (M. P.) 3176 (2) 
Reves a forfait. (D.) 5019. 
Rives d'amour. (D.) 5020. 
Revolt of the toys. (D.) 1875. 
Reward. (D.) 4919. 
Rhapsody in blue. (M. P.) 5304. 
Rhode Island refuge. (D.) 5532. 
Rhumba New York. (M. P.) 3656. 
Rhythm of the rhumba. (M. P.) 869. 
Rhythm rhapsody. (M. P.) 5305. 
Rhythm round-up. (M. P.) 3138. 
Rich full life. (D.) 1876. 
Rich man, poor man. (M. P.) 5369 (32) 
Richard Grand - T-man. (D.) 2332. 
Richelieu. (D.) 4465. 
Ride a cockhorse. (D.) 5021. 
Rider of dreams. (D.) 1310 (8) 
Riders of the dawn. (M. P.) 6395. 
Riders of the night. (M. P.) 6822 (55) 
Riders of the purple sage. (M. P.) 6822 (56) 
Rien ne se perd. (D.) 1215. 



251 



INDEX 



Rifles for White Bear. (D.) 5719. 

Right-hand angel. (D.) 3954. 

Right in the act. (D.) 3955. 

Right spark plug in the right place. (M. P.) 1459. 

Right to happiness. (D.) 310, 1216, 1217, 1877, 

2333, 2921, 3432, 3956, 5022, 5023, 5866, 6735. 
Right to love. (D.) 3433. 
Right to the point. (M. P.) 3139. 
Rigoletto. (M. P.) 3657. 
Rim. (D.) 5024. 
Rim of the cup. (D.) 1218. 
Rime & rime again. (D.) 3434. 
Rimrock Jones. (M. P.) 3709 (35) 
Ring. (D.) 5025. 

Ring around the bathtub. (D.) 3957. 
Ring, no. 1. (D.) 5730. 
Ringed by fire. (M. P.) 5312. 
Rio de Janeiro. (M. P.) 4615. 
Rip Van W. Smith. (D.) 5867. 
Rip Van Winkle. (D.) 2922. 
Rippling romance. (M. P.) 6396. 
Rise & fall of Rome. (D.) 1878. 
Rise of Jennie Cushing. (M. P.) 499 (10) 
Rising sun of the world of tomorrow. (D.) 5868. 
Risking death. (M. P.) 1408. 
Rivals. (D.) 4635. 
River. (D.) 5869. 
River gang. (M. P.) 6397. 
River of light. (D.) 821 (27) 
River of miracles. (D.) 4466. 
Rizal. (D.) 4467. 

Rizal of the Philippines. (D.) 2923, 4468. 
Road ahead. (D.) 2334. 
Road of life. (D.) 311, 1219, 1220, 1879, 2335, 

2924, 3435, 3958, 5026, 5027, 5870, 6736. 
Road to Alcatraz. (M. P.) 3658. 
Road to Bastogne. (D.) 5028. 
Roads of destiny. (D.) 375 (8) 
Roam, Gypsies, roam. (D.) 4469. 
Roaring lions on the midnight express. (M. P.) 

6822 (57) 
Rockabye rhythm. (M. P.) 2514. 
Rockin in the Rockies. (M. P.) 3140. 
Rocking chair. (D.) 4470. 
Rocks of doom. (M„ P.) 4135. 
Rodeo. (D.) 4894. 
Rodeo banker. (D.) 3360. 
Rogues' gallery. (D.) 1221. 
Rogues' gallery. (M. P.) 6398. 
Roi Christine. (D.) 4471. 
Roite Yiddelech, (D.) 4472. 
Rolling stones. (D.) 6798 (50) 
Roman candles. (D.) 3436. 
Romance & brass tacks. (M. P.) 6822 (58) 
Romance in Paris. (D.) 736. 
Romance of Annie Laurie. (D.) 737. 
Romeo & Juliet. (D.) 312. 
Romeo & Juliet, Tragedy of. (D.) 1971 (12) 
Romeo Johnson & Juliet Mendez. (D.) 312. 
Ronde des destinies. (D.) 5029. 
Ronde eternelle. (D.) 5030. 
Rookie guard. (D.) 738. 
Room clerk. (D.) 4733. 
Room for one more. (D.) 2925. 
Room for the Prince. (D.) 4473. 
Room of death. (D.) 3959. 
Rosanie. (D.) 3960. 
Rose fever. (D.) 5871. 
Rose in bloom. (D.) 579. 
Rose manor. (D.) 4474. 
Rose of blood. (M. P.) 888 (23) 
Rose of Tara. (D.) 6737. 
Rose of the alley. (M. P.) 3709 (36) 



pt. I, n. s., v. 18 



Rose of the world. (M. P.) 2108 (14) 

Rose of Wolfville. (D.) 313. 

Roses for madame. (D.) 739. 

Rotating magnetic fields. (M. P.) 5220. 

Rough & ready. (M. P.) 3709 (37) 

Rough & tumble. (M. P.) 3659. 

Rough Riders of Cheyenne. (M. P.) 6399. 

Rough ridin' justice. (M. P.) 1460. 

Rough sports. (D.) 3437. 

Rough, tough & ready. (M. P.) 3141. 

Rough wind. (D.) 6738. 

Roughing-in non-metallic sheathed cable. (M. P.) 

5228. 
Roughly speaking. (D.) 5748. 
Roughly speaking. (M. P.) 1461. 
Round the world air cruise. (D.) 5031. 
Round trip. (D.) 740. 
Rovery rady. (D.) 1222. 
Royal scandal. (M. P.) 3142. 
Rubber lends a hand. (D.) 5032. 
Rubbing it in. (M. P.) 3709 (38) 
Rude awakening. (D.) 2856. 
Ruf am abgrund. (D.) 5872. 
Rugged. (D.) 3438. 
Rum & Coca-cola. (M. P.) 1462. 
Rumba matumba. (M. P.) 4616. 
Rumbin galleries. (D.) 1880, 5033. 
Rumplestiltskin. (D.) 1223. 
Run along dear. (D.) 6739. 
Run of the house. (D.) 4475. 
Runaway car. (M. P.) 3094. 
Russia at war. (M. P.) 5306. 
Russian lullaby. (D.) 2926. 
Russian peasant dance. (M. P.) 5307. 
Rustlers hideout. (M. P.) 6400. 
Rustlers of the Badlands. (M. P.) 4173. 
Ruthless Mrs. Randolph. (D.) 314. 
Sabbatical summer. (D.) 6740. 
Sacajawea, the bird woman. (D.) 3439. 
Sacrifice & other plays. (D.) 1310 (14) 
Saddle leather law. (M. P.) 1463. 
Saddle serenade. (M. P.) 6401. 
Sadie Stone of Sunrise street. (D.) 3864. 
Safari for three. (D.) 3961-3965. 
Safety first. (M. P.) 3176 (35) 
Safety in air stations. (M. P.) 2515. 
Saga of Seaman Willow. (D.) 3440. 
Sage of Chappaqua. (D.) 3966. 
Sagebrush heroes. (M. P.) 1464. 
Sailor's hornpipe. (M. P.) 870. 
Sailor's love. (D.) 315. 
Sails of romance. (D.) 1224. 
Saint Bernard. (D.) 5034. 
St. Lazar's pharmacy. (D.) 1881. 
St. Louis story. (D.) 2268. 
Saint Nik. (D.) 3967. 
Saint or sinner. (D.) 2927. 
Salauds. (D.) 4476. 
Saleslady wanted. (D.) 3968. 
Salome. (M. P.) 6822 (59) 
Salome, where she danced. (M. P.) 2084. 
Saloon. (D.) 264. 
Saloon. (M. P.) 6814. 
Salty O'Rourke. (M. P.) 2516. 
Salute the last. (D.) 1225. 
Salvage. (D.) 5873. 
Salvo. (D.) 1226. 
Sam Houston. (D.) 4477. 

Sam - Louise - Oscar - the Orient. (D.) 1227. 
Samuel Marko, doctor of laughter & smiles program. 

(D.) 1228. 
Samuel Marko, doctor of laughter & smiles program. 

See also Doctor of laughter & smiles program. 



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San Carlo banker. (D.) 2269. 

Sandbox. (D.) 2336. 

Sandin' Joe. (M. P.) 5308. 

Sandy. (M. P.) 6490 (39) 

San Francisco adventure. (D.) 3300. 

Santa Claus chimney express. (D.) 5035. 

Santa Claus is in the dog house now. (M. P.) 

6402. 
Sante Fe saddlemates. (M. P.) 3660. 
Sarah. (D.) 2337. 
Satan laughs. (D.) 6741. 
Satan says no. (D.) 3441. 
Satan was a sissy. (D.) 5036. 
Satan's master. (D.) 316. 
Satire & nuts. (D.) 1882. 
Saturday Cinderella. (D.) 5037. 
Saturday night. (D.) 1229, 5038, 6120 (22) 
Saturday night in our home town. (M. P.) 4617. 
Saturday night is the loneliest night in the week. 

(M. P.) 2085. 
Saturday with Mrs. Greens Farms. (D.) 3969. 
Saucy minx. (D.) 741. 
Sauteriot. (D.) 6120 (23) 
Saved by God's words. (D.) 5874. 
Savone' loosened her tresses. (D.) 5875. 
Sawdust underground. (D.) 5876. 
Say it with flowers. (D.) 5039. 
Say that again. (D.) 3412. 
Scandinavian plays of the twentieth century. (D.) 

1883. 
Scared stiff. (M. P.) 3661. 
Scarface. (D.) 6669. 
Scarlet clue. (M. P.) 2517. 
Scarlet journey. (D.) 5877. 
Scarlet road. (M. P.) 6490 (40) 
Scene at the judgement. (D.) 742. 
Scenes of life. (D.) 2338. 
Schatzgraber. (D.) 4081 (13) 
School concert. (D.) 1792. 
School for MP's. (D.) 743. 
School for mermaids. (M. P.) 5309. 
School for scandal. (D.) 317. 
Schooldays. (D.) 3442. 
Schoolhouse jive. (M. P.) 3662. 
Science of milk production. (M. P.) 1465. 
Scoop for the Globe. (D.) 2264. 
Scotch boogie. (M. P.) 5310. 
Scotland Yard investigator. (M. P.) 6403. 
Scrapper. (D.) 158. 
Scrapper McGuire's hero. (D.) 1713. 
Scrappily married. (M. P.) 3143. 
Scream in the night. (M. P.) 4137. 
Screen review. (M. P.) 6822 (60) 
Screen snapshots. (M. P.) 1466, 3144-3146, 

3663, 3664, 6404-6406. 
Screwy truant. (M. P.) 871. 
Seal of doom. (M. P.) 3050. 
Second chance. (D.) 1230. 
Second choice. (D.) 5878. 
Second lady. (D.) 2339. 
Second phase of the Kenny treatment. (M. P.) 

4174. 
Second woman. (D.) 3443. 
Secret agent X-9. (M. P.) 5311-5319. 
Secret city. (D.) 3970. 
Secret de la Joconde. (D.) 5691. 
Secret game. (M. P.) 2108(15) 
Secret mission. (M. P.) 2086. 
Secret of Eve. (M. P.) 888 (24) 
Secret of the sword. (M. P.) 1383. 
Secret of the vault. (M. P.) 3539. 
Secret portals. (D.) 6742. 
Secret service intelligence. (D.) 2340. 



INDEX 



Secret song. (D.) 5040. 

Secret tunnel. (M, P.) 4139. 

See you later. (D.) 6798 (51) 

Seeds of time. (D.) 2341. 

Seeing El Salvador. (M. P.) 3147. 

Seesaw & the shoes. (M. P.) 3148, 3149. 

Self-made lady. (M. P.) 3709 (39) 

Self-made mongrel. (M. P.) 6407. 

Selling good hearing. (D.) 5041. 

Semper paratus. (M. P.) 461. 

Senator's daughter. (D.) 6743. 

Seniors at the bar. (D.) 1231. 

Senorita from the west. (MP.) 6408. 

Sensation hunters. (M. P.) 6409. 

Sensuous game. (D.) 5879. 

Sentimental journey. (M. P.) 3665. 

Sentimental savages. (D.) 318. 

Sepia soliloquy. (D.) 5880. 

Sequel. (D.) 6744. 

Sergeant. (D.) 2342. 

Sergeant Gabriel. (D.) 1884. 

Sergeant Mike. (M. P.) 4618. 

Series & parallel circuits. (M. P.) 2518. 

Servant of the duchy. (D.) 1232. 

Servante. (D.) 4471. 

Service. (D.) 2928. 

Servicing & timing magnetos. (M. P.) 6136. 

Servicing P-39. (M. P.) 6410. 

Servicing spark plugs & ignition wiring. (M. P.) 

6137. 
Servicio Surge. (M„ P.) 2087. 
Servir. (D.) 5881. 
Setting up bar mechanism & roller turner. (M. P.) 

3588. 
Setting up multiple roller turner & turning a taper. 

(M. P.) 3589. 
Seven at a blow. (D.) 375 (9) 
Seven at one blow . (D.) 4631. 
Seven doors to death. (M. P.) 6411. 
Seven plays of Maxim Gorky. (D.) 2929. 
Seven swans. (M. P.) 2108 (16) 
Seven times seven. (D.) 3295. 
Seward's folly. (D.) 4384. 
Shackles of truth. (D.) 1702. 
Shades of Hades. (D.) 6745. 
Shades of Johnnie Pow-Pow. (D.) 2343. 
Shades of Violet. (D.) 1885. 
Shadow. (D.) 319-324, 744-746, 1233-1237, 1886- 

1888, 2344, 4478, 5042-5046, 5882-5886, 6746- 

6749. 
Shadow & substance. (D.) 1238. 
Shadow in danger. (D.) 4478. 
Shadow of death. (D.) 747. 
Shadow of swords. (D.) 5047. 
Shadow on the blind. (D.) 325. 
Shadow on the throne. (D.) 1971 (13) 
Shadow that walked. (D.) 1889. 
Shadowing Henry. (M. P.) 4627 (14) 
Shadows in the night. (M. P.) 1467. 
Shadows of death. (M. P.) 6412. 
Shadows of destiny. (M. P.) 4142. 
Shadows of her past. (M. P.) 2552 (20) 
Shady lady. (M. P.) 5320. 
Shake hands with murder. (M. P.) 6413. 
Shake the dreaming god. (D.) 1890. 
Shakespeare writes The peace. (D.) 1239. 
Shame on you. (M. P.) 5321. 
Shanty car. (D.) 2930. 
Shape ahoy. (M. P.) 5322. 
Shape of man. (D.) 4479. 
Shaper. (M. P.) 4558. 
Share the sunshine. (D.) 6750. 
Sharing a dream. (D.) 748. 



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Sharpening & tempering farm tools. (M. P.) 6203. 

Sharpshooters. (D.) 5887. 

Shattered arrow. (D.) 749. 

Shaving of Shagpat. (D.) 2345. 

Shawl. (D.) 567. 

She didn't lose it at the Astor. (D.) 717. 

She-doctor. (D.) 5048. 

She follows me about. (D.) 1240. 

She gets her man. (M. P.) 3150. 

She married the army. (D.) 1689. 

She must have a dot. (D.) 4480. 

She-sick sailors. (M. P.) 2519. 

She snoops to conquer. (M. P.) 1468. 

She stoops to conquer. (D.) 3034 (13) 

She was bred in old Kentucky. (D.) 5888. 

She went to the races. (M, P.) 6414. 

She wouldn't say yes. (M. P.) 6415. 

Shebna accuses Hezekiah. (D.) 1257. 

Shebna becomes chancellor. (D.) 771. 

Shebna plans a murder. (D.) 772. 

Shebna's last scheme. (D.) 3995. 

Shebna's ultimatum. (D.) 1258. 

Shebna's victory. (D.) 2956. 

Shell game. (M. P.) 6490 (41) 

Shepherd Cristobal. (D.) 1241. 

Sheriff. (D.) 3444, 3971-3973, 4481, 4482, 5049- 

5057, 5889-5895, 6751, 6752. 
Sheriff of Cimarron. (NL P.) 2088. 
Sheriff of Las Vegas. (M. P.) 872. 
She's a neat job. (D.) 5896. 
She's a sweetheart. (M. P.) 1469. 
Ship of the living dead. (D.) 6749. 
Shipbuilding skills, pipefitting. (M. P.) 5323, 

5324. 
Shipping list. (D.) 326. 
Shock treatment. (D.) 1003. 
Shoemaker stick. (D.) 2346. 
Shoes for Hilda. (D.) 327. 
Shoot on sight. (D.) 5897. 
Shooting of Dan McGoo. (M. P.) 2520. 
Shooting star. (D.) 328. 
Shore leave. (D.) 3848. 
Short plays for girls. (D.) 5898. 
Short range death. (D.) 2916. 

Short stories of the Southern Americas. (D.) 2931. 
Shortest way home. (D.) 5058. 
Shot down. (M. P.) 3095. 
Shot in the dark. (M. P.) 888 (12) 
Shoulder arms. (M. P.) 6822 (61) 
Shout for joy. (D.) 6753. 
Show me the way to go home. (D.) 3974. 
Showdown. (D.) 329. 
Showing the home movies. (D.) 2932. 
Shred of evidence. (D.) 5059. 
Shrines of Yucatan. (Mo P.) 2089. 
Shroud for Sara. (D.) 1891. 
Shulamel & the golden ship. (D.) 3856. 
Sic' the goons. (D.) 5899. 
Sick-a-bed. (D.) 1971 (14) 
Side show. (M. P.) 2090. 
Siesta in Shakespearia. (D.) 3445. 
Siete piezas faciles. (D.) 750. 
Sigh for Delta psi. (D.) 1242. 
Sign here, please. (D.) 1892. 
Sign of evil. (M. P.) 4091. 
Sign of love. (D.) 5550. 
Signal of fear. (M. P.) 3048. 
Signals on. (D.) 1893-1898, 2933-2935. 
Signifying nothing. (D.) 3446. 
Sikhs of Patiala. (M. P.) 4175. 
Silence sellers. (M. P.) 3709 (40), 6754. 
Silent crescendo. (D.) 3975. 
Silent serenade. (D.) 6754. 



Silver. (D.) 6679. 

Silver bells of Satan's manor. (D.) 5621. 

Silver lining. (D.) 4483, 5060-5070, 5900, 5901. 

Silver Point renegades. (D.) 6538. 

Silver streak. (M. P.) 6295. 

Simon, the Cyrenian. (D.) 1310 (8) 

Sing cuckoo. (D.) 2936. 

Sing for your money. (D.) 1899. 

Sing for your supper. (D.) 5071. 

Sing me a song of Texas. (M. P.) 1470. 

Sing on, America. (D.) 2347. 

Sing, sing for Butch. (D.) 1899. 

Sing, you sinners. (D.) 2815. 

Singing about a gal who married the wrong wrong 

man. (M. P.) 2091. 
Singing bird. (D.) 3447. 
Single man. (D.) 3034 (14) 
Single ram vertical surface broaching. (M. P.) 

2035. 
Single tracks. (D.) 4896. 
Sinners. (D.) 4484. 
Sinners & saints. (D.) 1243. 
Sins of omission. (D.) 330. 
Sirocco. (D.) 2937. 
Sister Mary. (D.) 3976. 
Sisters under the skin. (D.) 5072. 
Sit or miss. (D.) 6755. 
Sittin' & sunnin'. (M. P.) 3666. 
Six-gun souvenir. (D.) 1113. 
Six shooter Andy. (M. P.) 3176 (36) 
Six thirty ferry. (D.) 2938. 
Sixtieth man & The pardon. (D.) 751. 
Skeleton on the canvas. (D.) 6641. 
Skeleton walks. (D.) 1244. 
Sketch of General Washington. (D.) 331. 
Ski slopes. (M. P.) 2092. 
Skibo of the north woods. (D.) 752. 
Skins of society. (D.) 2401 (7) 
Skipper. (D.) 6555. 
Skydrift. (D.) 5902. 
Skylights. (D.) 2348. 
Skyline stomp. (M. P.) 873. 
Skytown, U. S. A. (D.) 3448. 
Slacker. (M, P.) 3709 (41) 
Slap happy. (M. P.) 1471. 
Slave to duty. (D.) 3423. 
Slaves in Babylon. (D.) 2939. 
Sleep, Kentucky babe. (M. P.) 4619. 
Sleeping beauty pantomime. (D.) 1245. 
Sleeping memory. (M. P.) 5369 (33) 
Sleepless Tuesday. (M. P.) 1472. 
Slightly luminous. (D.) 1900. 
Slightly out-of-bounds. (D.) 1246. 
Slip & fall. (D.) 4725-4727. 
Sliphorn king of Polaroo. (M. P.) 1473. 
Small one. (D.) 1247. 
Smile, brethren, smile. (D.) 1248. 
Smoke in my veins. (D.) 2940. 
Smoke-screen. (D.) 2941. 
Smokes. (D.) 6798 (52) 
Smoky Joe. (M. P.) 3667. 
Smuggler's feet. (D.) 663. 
Snafu. (D.) 1901. 
Snafu. (M. P.) 6416. 
Snare. (D.) 821 (28) 
Snoop, Doop, 'n Oscar. (D.) 5903. 
Snooper service. (M. P.) 1474. 
Snoqualomie Jo Jo. (M, P.) 3151. 
Snow treasure. (D.) 1249. 
Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs. (D.) 2942. 
Snowflake goes a-zoo-ing. (D.) 4000. 
So Bohemian. (D.) 3259. 
So many islands. (D.) 5904. 






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So she made a novena. (D.) 753. 

So sure. (D.) 1902. 

Soangataha. (D.) 1250. 

Social hypocrites. (M. P.) 6822 (62) 

Social quicksands. (M. P.) 6822 (63) 

Social science plays. (D.) 5905. 

Soldering lugs & splicing stranded conductors. 

(M. P.) 5229. 
Soldier & the Shepherd. (D.) 5906. 
Soldier returns. (D.) 3977. 
Soldier who came home. (D.) 2349. 
Soldiers aren't saints. (D.) 5907. 
Soldier's dream. (D.) 754. 
Soldiers in the dark. (D.) 2350. 
Soldier's wife. (D.) 3978. 
Solid senders. (M. P.) 6417. 
Some day when the clouds roll by. (M. P.) 2521. 
Some like it cold. (D.) 1903. 
Some sailors are sissies. (D.) 3449. 
Some show. (D.) 3034 (15) 
Someday I'll be king. (D.) 5073. 
Someone & somebody. (M. P.) 6822 (71) 
Someone like you. (D.) 5908. 
Something for relatives. (D.) 5074. 
Something for the boys. (NL P.) 2522. 
Something to come home to. (D.) 3979. 
Something to write home about. (M. P.) 1475. 
Something you didn't eat. (M. P.) 6418. 
Something's cookin'. (D.) 755. 
Somewhere in Arizona. (D.) 2943. 
Son of a gun. (M. P.) 2552(21) 
Son of Lassie. (NL P.) 3668. 
Son of the morning. (D.) 4485. 
Song for Miss Julie. (M. P.) 1476. 
Song immortal. (D.) 5909. 
Song of Mexico. (M. P.) 6419. 
Song of my heart. (D.) 5075. 
Song of Norway. (D.) 1904. 
Song of old Wyoming. (M. P.) 6420. 
Song of songs. (M. P.) 3709 (42) 
Song of the medics. (D.) 1905. 
Song of the mill-wheel. (D.) 3450. 
Song of the nightingale. (D.) 3980. 
Song of the prairie. (M. P.) 6421. 
Song of the radish. (D.) 1906. 
Song of the range. (M. P.) 2523. 
Song of the sarong. (M. P.) 3152. 
Song of the stars. (D.) 4820. 
Song of the Tulameen. (D.) 5076. 
Song to remember. (M. P.) 462. 
Song without end. (D.) 332. 
Songe d'une nuit d'ete. (D.) 4486. 
Songs of Spain. (D.) 2351. 
Songs to remember. (D.) 3451. 
Songs while you wait. (D.) 756. 
Sophie. (D.) 2352. 

Sophie Halenczik, American. (D.) 2352, 2944. 
Sophisticated hula. (M. P.) 5422. 
Soul of a magdalen. (M. P.) 3176 (37) 
Soul of Buddha. (M. P.) 5369 (34) 
Soulier de satin. (D.) 5077. 
Sound effect. (D.) 5910. 
Sound of hunting. (D.) 1251. 
Sound of the trumpet. (D.) 333. 
Source. (M. P.) 6822 (64) 
South Africa. (M. P.) 3153. 
South of the border with Disney. (M. P.) 4176. 
South of the Rio Grande. (M. P.) 6423. 
South Sea Sadie. (M. P.) 5424. 
Southern comfort. (D.) 3981. 
Southerner. (M. P.) 4177. 
Southland swing. (M. P.) 463. 
Souvent femme varie. (D.) 5078. 



Sowers & reapers. (M. P.) 3176 (38) 

Sow's ear. (D.) 3982. 

Spade Cooley, king of western swing. (M. P.) 

5325. 
Spanish main. (M. P.) 6425. 
Spawn of the north. (D.) 6543. 
Speak ot the devil. (D.) 757. 
Speak to me. (D.) 5911. 
Speaking of animals. (M. P.) 874, 1477. 
Speaking of animals as the T?lk of the town. (M. P.) 

3154. 
Speaking of animals in A musical way. (M. P.) 

4178. 
Speaking of animals in Animal-ology. (M. P.) 

6426. 
Spearhead. (D.) 758. 
Special today. (M. P.) 6490 (42) 
Specialty shop. (D.) 3968. 
Speckled cat. (D.) 3863. 
Spellbound. (M. P.) 6815. 
Spider boy. (D.) 5885. 
Spider traps. (D.) 2945. 
Spin it & win it. (D.) 3983. 
Spinning steps. (Mo P.) 2093. 
Spiral. (D.) 5912. 
Spiral bound. (D.) 4487. 
Spirit of merry Christmas. (M. P.) 4627 (15) 
Spirit of Pacific. (D.) 5913. 
Spirit of Paterson. (D.) 5914. 
Spirit of '17. (M. P.) 2108 (17) 
Spirit's willing. (D.) 759. 
Spite fence. (D.) 750. 
Spittin' image. (D„) 2946. 
Splicing a wooden spar. (M. P.) 1976. 
Spook town. (M. P.) 6427. 
Sporting chance. (M. P.) 3669. 
Sports & the Mrs. (D.) 3452. 
Sports -go -bang. (D.) 2947. 
Sports go to war. (M. P.) 6428. 
Sports sticklers. (M. P.) 5429. 
Spotlight on poise. (D.) 5915. 
Spotlight on the Duchess. (D.) 5884. 
Spreading dawn. (M. P.) 4627 (16) 
Spreading the jam. (M„ P.) 6430. 
Spring flight. (D.) 1907. 
Spring is here. (D.) 1908, 5079. 
Springfield couple. (D.) 2353. 
Spring's so short. (D.) 2354. 
Springtime for Pluto. (M. P.) 1478. 
Springtime in Texas. (M. P.) 6431. 
Springtime phantasy. (D.) 5916. 
Spy on the kilocycles. (D.) 5917. 
Square deal. (D.) 5918. 
Square deceiver. (M. P.) 5369 (35) 
Square with the world. (D.) 761. 
Squatter's rights. (D.) 334. 
Squirrel-cage rotor principles. (M. P.) 5221. 
Stag at eve. (D.) 2948. 
Stage door cartoon. (M. P.) 464. 
Stage door man. (D.) 5919. 
Stage version of Shelley's Cenci. (D.) 3984. 
Stagecoach outlaws. (M. P.) 6432. 
Stained glass. (D.) 762. 
Stairway to light. (M. P.) 5326. 
Stairway to the stars. (D.) 3985, 3986, 5080. 
Stamp the polka away. (M. P.) 2524. 
Stanislavskys. (D.) 6756. 
Stanley-Livingston. (D.) 4385. 
Star boarders. (D.) 4488. 
Stardust. (D.) 3290. 
Star for the Ranger. (D.) 2271. 
Star in the night. (M. P.) 6433. 
Star isn't born. (D.) 1156. 



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Starbuilders. (D.) 3453. 

Stardust. (M. P.) 2525. 

Stardust magic make-up act. (D.) 6757. 

Staring at the sun. (D.) 763. 

Starlit strip. (D.) 4489. 

Stars in your eyes. (M. P.) 5327. 

Stars on parade. (M. P.) 465. 

State of mind. (D.) 2355. 

State of the Union. (D.) 2949. 

Stay home tonight. (D.) 3987. 

Steal. (D.) 1909. 

Stella dolorosa. (D.) 4490. 

Stella polka. (Mo P.) 4620. 

Step between. (D.) 1910. 

Step into my shoes. (D.) 4491. 

Stephen Bradley - private detective. (D.) 

2950. 
Steppin' in society. (M. P.) 3670. 
Steppin' pretty. (M. P.) 4179. 
Steps to stardom. (D.) 1911-1913. 
Steps t